As the calls increase for Roy Moore to step down from his candidacy to the U.S. Senate for Alabama, yet another accuser is saying she was sexually harassed by the defiant candidate.
What does she say Moore did to her?
Tina Johnson told Al.com that in the fall 1991 Moore groped her as she left his law office in Gadsden, Alabama. She was 28 years old at the time, and was at his office because her mother had hired Moore for a custody petition of her grandson.
Johnson claims that Moore flirted with her as soon as she came into his office.
"He kept commenting on my looks, telling me how pretty I was, how nice I looked," Johnson said to Al.com. "He was saying that my eyes were beautiful."
She said his comments made her uncomfortable. "I was thinking, can we hurry up and get out of here?"
After their business was conducted, Johnson said she followed her mother through the door out of the office when she says she felt Moore grope her buttocks.
"He didn't pinch it; he grabbed it," she said.
Al.com reports that they spoke to her sister, who confirmed that Johnson had told her that Moore had made her feel uncomfortable. She admits that she did not tell her mother of the shocking incident.
Will Moore be able to overcome these accusations?
It remains to be seen. A recent poll shows that the accusations have taken their toll on his electability and he may lose to Democratic opponent Doug Jones in the special election on Dec. 12. But others say that he remains popular in the state despite national politicians and pundits excoriating him in public.