Roy Moore accuser's house fire under investigation for arson

Roy Moore Accuser's Home Burns Down, Arson Task Force Investigating

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"We have just the clothes on our backs".

Johnson, who was heading to Walmart Friday morning to pick up essentials, is sheltering in a motel with her family.

The fire is now being investigated as arson, according to local authorities.

In an interview with NBC's Megyn Kelly in mid-November, Johnson said she was in her 20s and was signing custody of her son over to her mother when Moore touched her. Johnson and her husband were at work at the time and her grandson was at school.

One of the women who accused failed Republican Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual misconduct lost all of her possessions when her Gadsden county, Ala., home burned down Tuesday, in a blaze that is now under investigation.

No charges or warrants had been filed as of late Friday afternoon.

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But the local sheriff said he doesn't believe the blaze that destroyed Tina Johnson's house was connected to the bitter campaign.

Five other women have accused Moore of sexual misconduct or of dating them when he was in his 30s and they were teenagers.

Tina Johnson said Moore grabbed her in his office in the early 1990s.

Neighbors told AL.com that several of them noticed a young man walking around the house at about the time of the fire.

Corfman told the newspaper in a statement that the lawsuit aims "to do what I could not do as a 14-year-old - hold Mr. Moore and those who enable him accountable".

"I threw on my coveralls and took off down the driveway", he said, adding that his wife called 911, but the dispatcher said the fire had already been reported. "They're pulling together and helping us out".

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