In a huge break in Judge Roy Moore’s defamation suit against Leigh Corfman, the woman who accused him of sexual misconduct during his 2017 U.S. Senate bid, Moore’s legal team has filed a motion compelling Corfman to give a sworn deposition of the events in question.
So far, Corfman has refused to appear for depositions in which she would be asked, under oath, specific questions about Moore’s alleged misconduct. She has claimed to The Washington Post, but never in a sworn affidavit, that the Judge made unwanted sexual advances towards her when she was a teenager. The central question in the case is where the alleged event took place – whether in a trailer, or in a home.
“Her refusal to comply with discover has prejudiced Judge Moore and it is apparent that absent court investigation, Leigh Corfman will continue to violate the Alabama Rules of Civil Procedure, conceal evidence and deny Judge Moore the documents and responses he is due under the law,” the court documents said.
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