She said that Moore warned her that "no one will believe you" if she told anyone about the encounter.
Moore, who has repeatedly denied the allegations, has also threatened to sue The Washington Post over the report that broke the news last week.
The new accuser, Beverly Young Nelson, told a packed news conference here on Monday that Moore attacked he was a prosecutor in Etowah county, Alabama, reports The New York Times.
When asked if the latest allegations against Moore has affected their vote, a whopping 35% say they're more inclined to vote for him. Post spokeswoman Molly Gannon Conway called the accusation "categorically false", adding that The Post has "an explicit policy that prohibits paying sources".
The Salvation Army Kingston needs more volunteers for annual Kettle Campaign
The goal is to raise $310,000 with the funds staying local to support some of the Salvation Army's programs and services. Monies collected from the campaign more than found a way back into the community, according to Rowland.
Stephen Colbert had some pointed barbs for Roy Moore, the embattled Republican candidate for United States Senator in Alabama, on Tuesday's episode of The Late Show. Over the ensuing three weeks, two Post reporters contacted and interviewed the four women. Speaking at Walker Springs Road Baptist Church in rural south Alabama Tuesday evening, the senate candidate said he knows he has "made a few people mad".
He jokingly told the crowd he's the only one who can unite Democrats and Republicans because he says he seems to be opposed by both. Some evangelicals in Alabama still consider Moore a champion of their faith - a politician willing to stand up for Christian values. Here is the text of that voicemail message received by Pastor Al Moore in Creola.
"Do you believe Roy Moore over the women?" the reporter asked. "I do not know enough of the evidence to know with confidence what the true facts are".