Roy Moore Accuser's Home Burns Down In Possible Arson

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Neighbours called 911 after seeing the flames, but after the fire was extinguished, everything Johnson's family and she owned had been lost, according to the report. We have just the clothes on our backs, ' she said.

Johnson and her family are living in a motel while their friends and neighbors help them recover from the blaze.

On Tuesday morning, Johnson's home in Gadsen, Alabama went up in flames and the blaze is now being investigated for arson.

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.

No one was hurt in the blaze which occurred while Johnson and her husband were at work.

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"I am devastated, just devastated", she told AL.com on Friday.

As AL.com reported, the Tuesday morning fire that burned nearly all of Johnson's home in Gadsden, Alabama is under investigation by the Etowah County Arson Task Force.

Public information officer, Natalie Barton said "that fire is still under investigation by the Etowah County Arson Task Force".

One of the women who accused failed Senate candidate Roy Moore of inappropriate sexual contact said Friday that her Alabama home burned to the ground and that investigators suspect arson.

Neighbors told AL.com that several of them noticed a young man walking around the house at about the time of the fire. Johnson was 28 at the time of the alleged incident. Moore lost the race last month by a narrow margin to Democrat Doug Jones. Leigh Corfman, who claimed Moore molested her when she was 14, alleged Moore and his campaign defamed her and made false statements as they denied her accusations.

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