Transcript for Roy Moore accuser speaks out just before Election Day
George, sexual misconduct allegations also front and center as we know in the Alabama senate race, just four days until voters go to the polls there and this morning one of Republican Roy Moore's accusers is speaking exclusively to ABC news. Tom llamas sat down with her as the Democrat in the race is leaning on leaders in his own party for help. Good morning, Tom. Reporter: Robin, good morning to you. In a bid to turn out African-American voters, Doug Jones, the Democrat in this race is hosting rallies in Selma, Montgomery with senator Cory booker and representative John Lewis. As for Roy Moore some polls show him leading in this race but he is still battling accusations. As you mentioned we just sat down with one of his accusers who wanted to speak out because she says she's sick and tired of Roy Moore and his campaign painting her and others as liars. It sickens me. It sickens me to wonder what may go on with him if he gets into office, maybe, you know. He could be doing this still. We don't know. And then I hope that he's changed. Reporter: This morning, Beverly young-nelson sitting down exclusive ly with "Gma." He was trying to pull me in between his legs. It was terrible and I was bound and determined that I was not going to be raped by him. You know, I was terrified. But the next thing I know I'm on the concrete. These allegations are completely false, they're malicious, specifically I do not know any of these women nor have I ever engaged in sexual misconduct with any woman. Reporter: More supporters have called Nelson a liar and compared her to a xrim since she first spoke out about three weeks ago. That really hurt me, you know. God knows and Roy knows and I know what happened. Reporter: Young's proof she knew Moore. Her yearbook with this inscription. But Moore and his supporters have called into question that inscription noting the writing under the signature appears to be different. Let's look at Beverly Nelson. Everybody knows her yearbook is a forgery. Reporter: Nelson says she did make notes to the indiscrepancy but the message was all Roy Moore. Beverly, he signed your yearbook. He did sign it. And you made some notes underneath. Yes. Reporter: Nelson says this is not about politics. She voted for Donald Trump. But can't understand the decision some Republicans are making. What do you think about the Republicans who say they believe people like you but they'd rather have a Republican in the seat than a Democrat. Is the party more important really than what happened? I feel like my incident is just being swept under the rug literally because he's a Republican. Reporter: Now Nelson's lawyer gore kwoo Allred will host a news conference later to show further proof that Moore indeed knew his client, Roy Moore for his part has denied all accusations of sexual misconduct. Robin. As you know a quote from Moore is getting a lot of attention on social media for the way he responded when asked when was the last time America was great. Reporter: That's right it comes from an "L.A. Times" news story during a campaign event back in September. Now, Moore was reportedly asked when the last time he thought America was great and he said this quote, we can put it up on the screen. According to the "L.A. Times" I think it was great at the time when families were united even though we had slavery, they cared for one another. Our families were strong. Our country had a direction. So last night I asked the campaign why did he invoke slavery when he said the last time America was great, the campaign tells me he was talking about the time right after the American revolution when families were united and the country had a direction. He, of course, opposes slavery. Robin. All right, thank you, Tom. That's comforting that he
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