Roy Moore allegations: Women post photos from age 14 to support accusers

People are posting photos of their 14-year-old selves with the hashtags #NoMoore, #NeverMoore and #MeAt14 in response to The Washington Post article that reported Roy Moore had a sexual encounter with a 14-year-old girl. (USA TODAY)

With a new sexual assault accusation against Roy Moore, waves of women on Twitter aim to underscore the allegations against the former judge with the hashtag #MeAt14. 

Moore, a Republican Senate nominee, is accused to preying on several women while they were minors in Alabama. One claimed the 32-year-old Moore groped her at age 14. Moore vehemently denied the allegations. 

"Not old enough to drive. Not old enough to work without a permit. Not old enough to see an R-rated movie," user Mary Ann Campbell tweeted Sunday along with a photo of a young girl with a cat on her shoulders. "Not old enough to consent." 

 

 

"#MeAt14 goofing around with my friends in a photo booth at the mall," tweeted Katy, who goes by @WizzKhaleesi. "I had never even kissed a boy at this point in my life . Do you really think this girl should 'date' a 32 year old man? #NeverMoore."

 

 

Leigh Corfman, one of Moore's accusers who spoke in a Washington Post report published last week, said she was 14 when Moore "guided her hand to touch him over his underwear" in 1979.

 

 

Mitch McConnell, the Senate's Republican leader, said he believes Moore's accusers and is looking for other Republicans who might campaign for the open Alabama Senate seat left by now-Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

Attorney Gloria Allred, known for representing accusers in high-profile cases, made the announcement of the new accuser expected to come forward.

 

 

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