Leigh Corfman says she isn't a 14-year-old girl anymore—and she's not going to take any more abuse from Roy Moore. In an open letter released to AL.com, Corfman, who accuses Moore of undressing her and making sexual advances when she was a young teen, blasts Moore for comments he made at a campaign rally Monday. She demands that the Senate candidate, who called the allegations against him from several women "malicious," stop calling her a liar and attacking her character. "As a 14-year old, I did not deserve to have you, a 32-year old, prey on me," she writes. "I sat quietly for too long, out of concern for my family. No more." She says she isn't getting paid for speaking up nor being rewarded by Moore's political opponents.
"What you did to me when I was 14 years old should be revolting to every person of good morals," Corfman writes. "But now you are attacking my honesty and integrity. Where does your immorality end?" She adds: "I am telling the truth, and you should have the decency to admit it and apologize." Former White House strategist Steve Bannon, meanwhile, says he plans to travel to Alabama to campaign with Moore. "I look forward to standing with Judge Moore and all of the Alabama deplorables in the fight to elect him to the United States Senate and send shockwaves to the political and media elites," Bannon tells CNN. (A conservative group's apparent attempt to discredit the Washington Post and Moore's accusers backfired big-time.)