Washington Post: Roy Moore accuser shares card as evidence of relationship when she was 17

(AP Photo/Brynn Anderson, File)

The Washington Post released a story Monday, in which a Roy Moore accuser shared a graduation card as evidence of a relationship between the two when she was 17.

Debbie Wesson Gibson says she was combing through Christmas decorations in her attic when she discovered a graduation card written to her by Roy Moore inside a scrapbook from her senior year of high school.

A photo of the graduation card includes the inscription:

Happy graduation Debbie, I wanted to give you this card myself. I know that you'll be a success in anything you do. Roy.

Mark Songer, a former FBI forensic examiner looked at the graduation card at the Post's request, and deemed it to be "naturally prepared."

Wesson says due to hate mail and threats, she was unsure if she would come forward with the alleged evidence, until Moore denied knowing her in a speech at a Theodore church rally on November 29th.

At the Theodore rally, Moore said:

Let me state once again: I do not know any of these women.

During a radio interview with Sean Hannity, Moore had previously admitted knowing Gibson as well as Gloria Thacker Deason, who claims a relationship with Moore when she was 18.

Wesson is one of four women who came forward to the Washington Post with allegations of sexual misconduct against the U.S. Senate candidate.

According to the story, Gibson, now 54, is a registered Republican residing in Delray Beach. Gibson owns a sign language interpreting business whose clients have reportedly included Democrats Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden and Republicans, such as the mayor of Miami.

Republican Roy Moore will face off December 12th against Democrat Doug Jones for the Alabama U.S. Senate seat vacated by current Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

President Trump officially endorsed Roy Moore in a tweet Monday.

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