According to a new article from the Washington Post on Wednesday evening, two more women have come forward with allegations of 'unwanted overtures' from Republican U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore.
In the article, Gena Richardson says she met Roy Moore when she was working at Sears in the Gadsden Mall in the fall of 1977. Richardson goes into further details about how Moore got her to go out with him.
A second woman, Phyllis Smith, said in the article she worked at a clothing store geared toward young women during the same period of time. She said girls who worked there would counsel each other about staying scarce "when Roy's in here."
The encounters with the above named women reportedly took place between 1977 and 1982.
The new Post article says they spoke with a dozen people who worked at the mall or hung out there as teens during the late '70s and early '80s. They recalled Moore as a frequent presence.
For all the details, you can view the article from the Washington Post here: