Roy Moore Accuser Said She Made Some "Notes" To The Yearbook Message He Wrote

Beverly Young Nelson said she “made some notes underneath” the yearbook inscription that she has attributed to the Alabama senate candidate accused of sexual misconduct. The pro-Trump media has seized on the admission.

Beverly Young Nelson, who has accused Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore of assaulting her when she was 16, said in an interview Friday she wrote some notes underneath the high school yearbook inscription that Moore signed in 1977.

Beverly Young Nelson, who has accused Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore of assaulting her when she was 16, said in an interview Friday she wrote some notes underneath the high school yearbook inscription that Moore signed in 1977.

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In a press conference last month, Nelson — along with her attorney Gloria Allred — alleged that Moore had groped her, choked her, and forced her head near his crotch while they sat in his car behind the restaurant she waitressed at when she was 16.

Nelson said that a week before the alleged assault, Moore wrote in her yearbook: “To a sweeter more beautiful girl I could not say 'Merry Christmas.' Christmas 1977. Love, Roy Moore, D.A.” Underneath the signature is the date, “12-22-77” and “Olde Hickory House” — which was where Nelson worked at the time.

Moore’s campaign and his supporters, including his wife, Kayla Moore, have previously accused Nelson of forging his signature in her yearbook.

Moore's campaign and his supporters, including his wife, Kayla Moore, have previously accused Nelson of forging his signature in her yearbook.

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ABC News reporter Tom Llamas reported that while Nelson said she did make notes to the inscription, “the message was all Roy Moore.”

During the interview, Llamas asked Nelson, “Beverly, he signed your yearbook?” to which she replied, “He did sign it.”

Llmas then asked, “And you made some notes underneath?” to which Nelson said, “Yes.”

While the report did not clarify what the notes were, Nelson appeared to be alluding to the date and “Olde Hickory House,” which were written below the signature.

Later, at a press conference, Nelson's attorney Allred presented a report by a forensic handwriting expert which concluded the handwritten inscription and the signature “were prepared by Roy Moore.”

Allred said that the expert did not analyze the notes written below the signature as Nelson said that she wrote them herself “to remind herself who Roy Moore was” and “where and when he signed her yearbook.”

BuzzFeed News has also requested full video and transcript of that portion of the interview from Good Morning America.

Pro-Trump media websites and personalities seized on Friday’s admission. Some, without evidence, said Nelson was admitting to a full forgery.

Pro-Trump media websites and personalities seized on Friday's admission. Some, without evidence, said Nelson was admitting to a full forgery.

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In the interview, Nelson did not admit to “tampering” with Moore's signature, but said that she “made notes” underneath it.

Source: https://www.buzzfeed.com/usnews.xml

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