Fire at home of Moore accuser being investigated for arson
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Authorities are investigating as arson a fire at the home of one of the women who had accused former GOP Senate candidate Roy MooreRoy Stewart MooreGOP Senate candidate 'pissed off' at Trump over health care for veterans Durbin says he has second thoughts about asking for Franken's resignation Alabama GOP senate candidate says 'homosexual activities' have ruined TV, country's moral core MORE of sexual misconduct.

Alabama news outlet reported that Tina Johnson and her family lost their home and all their belongings in a Tuesday fire, though no one was hurt.

A spokesperson for the Etowah County Sherrif’s Department said that the arson task force is currently investigating the fire.

“A suspect of interest is being spoken to. But there have been no charges, to my knowledge, related to the fire at this time,” the spokesperson said.

Johnson was one of nine women who came forward last year with to accuse Moore of misconduct several decades ago.


Johnson said in November that Moore groped her in 1991 when she was in his law office to transfer custody of her son to her mother and made comments about her looks, telling her “how pretty [she] was.”  She was 28 years old at the time, though Moore's accusers have included women who say they were as young as 14.

Moore lost the Dec. 12 special election to Doug Jones and has yet to concede, although Jones has been sworn in, becoming Alabama's first Democratic senator in more than 20 years.

"I am devastated, just devastated," Johnson said about the fire. "We have just the clothes on our backs." reported that several neighbors noticed a young man known for public intoxication walking around the house around the time of the fire.

Johnson, who is currently living in a motel, said that one neighbor told her the man asked if she thought Johnson’s house was “going to burn.”