People Raise Almost $200K To Help Roy Moore Accuser Rebuild Burned Home
A flood of people came together to raise almost $200,000 to help a Roy Moore accuser rebuild her home after it burned down in a fire.
A Go Fund Me page, launched by California executive Katie Jacobs Stanton, called on people to donate money to help Tina Johnson and her family get back on their feet after their home and possessions were lost in a possible arson situation, reports Time.
“100% of these funds will be used to help her rebuild her home. If Tina has insurance that covers the damage, she’ll still receive funds from this campaign to help with living expenses and ease the weight of all this. Money won’t erase what happened, but I truly hope it will help,” the Go Fund Me page reads.
Johnson was one in a group of women who came forward to allege sexual misconduct by Moore during the special election for Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ Senate seat. Johnson accused Moore of grabbing her while they were in his office in the 90s. Moore has denied the accusations as “fake news.”
Johnson’s family home burned down recently in what police are investigating as a possible arson. While firefighters rushed to the scene to try and put out the flames, the entire house burned down, leaving the family with only the clothes on their backs.
“Tina Johnson bravely shared a story about being sexually harassed by Roy Moore. It has always been dangerous and risky for women (and men) to speak out against sexual harassment,” the Go Fund Me page reads. “Today, this danger reached a disturbing level. Tina’s home burned down and she lost everything. An arson investigation is underway.”
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