Two more women accuse US Senate candidate Moore of sexual misconduct

Two more women came forward on Wednesday with allegations of sexual misconduct against embattled Republican US Senate candidate Roy Moore, one accusing him of groping her and the other of forcing a kiss on her when she was about 18.
They are the sixth and seventh women to accuse Moore of sexual improprieties.
Gena Richardson told The Washington Post that Moore, then a 30-year-old attorney, had repeatedly asked her for a date in 1977 just before or after she turned 18. Richardson said she finally agreed and went to a movie with Moore, the Post said.
In a dark parking lot at a mall in Gadsden, Alabama, Richardson said Moore gave her an unwanted, "forceful" kiss that scared her, the Post reported.
Another woman, Tina Johnson, told, an Alabama news site, that Moore groped her while she was in his Alabama law office on legal business in 1991.
Johnson, who was 28 at the time, said she visited Moore's office with her mother, who had hired Moore in a custody case involving Johnson's 12-year-old son.
Johnson said Moore grabbed her buttocks as she left. "He didn't pinch it, he grabbed it," Johnson told
Reuters was unable to independently verify the allegations from either woman, and Moore's campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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