Alabama specialists say Arson is being explored in a fire that destroyed the home of Tina Johnson, a lady who blamed previous US Senate hopeful Roy Moore of getting her on the rear end in 1991.
No captures have been made, and there has all the earmarks of being no association with the claims against Moore, the Etowah County Sheriff’s Office said in a news discharge.
“The continuous investigation does not persuade that the fire is in any capacity identified with Roy Moore or claims made against him,” the discharge said. Johnson disclosed to CNN she lost everything in the Wednesday fire at a Gadsden home where she lived for a long time.
Johnson said she and her mom went to Moore’s Gadsden law office in 1991 to examine a care disagreement about the care of Johnson’s young child. Johnson said she was 28 at the time.
After the mother left the room, “He just got me from behind, on my hindquarters,” Johnson said. “It’s not only a crush.”
Johnson was among eight ladies who approached to state Moore acted improperly with them, with four saying he sought after them while they were young people and he was a grown-up.
Moore has denied every one of the allegations.
The Republican kept running for the US Senate situate cleared by Jeff Sessions, now the US lawyer general. Moore lost a spillover a month ago to Doug Jones, a Democrat.