Now, Tina Johnson and her family “have only a garments on [their] backs.”
As we reported in November, a Alabama-native became a sixth lady to credit Judge Roy Moore of passionate bungle after he allegedly “grabbed” her boundary in his law bureau in 1991.
On Tuesday, a grandmother was dealt another blow… her chateau had burnt down.
According to AL.com, that morning after 8 a.m., a Lookout Mountain Fire Department responded to calls about a glow on Lake Mary Louise Road in Gadsden, Alabama. Unfortunately, by a time a abandon were extinguished, Johnson’s chateau was destroyed.
“I am devastated, only devastated.”
Fortunately, Johnson and her father were during work, while her grandson was during school.
According to Natalie Barton, open information officer with a Etowah County Sheriff’s Department:
“That glow is still underneath review by a Etowah County Arson Task Force… A think of seductiveness is being oral to. But there have been no charges, to my knowledge, associated to a glow during this time.”
Additionally, Johnson’s accusations opposite a Republican do not seem to be associated to a intensity arson in any way.
“The ongoing review does not lead us to trust that a glow is in any approach associated to Roy Moore or allegations done opposite him. More sum will be expelled when warrants are obtained.”
Tina and her neighbor Kevin Tallant trust a internal immature male — who has a story of open intoxication — might be a intensity think as he was allegedly seen around Johnson’s chateau before and during a fire. Tallant said:
“He’s been difficulty in a area for a while.”
Prior to a incident, Tina says a womanlike neighbor was allegedly approached by a questionable immature male who asked her if she suspicion Johnson’s chateau was going to burn.
Johnson and her family are now vital in a motel, and are grateful for a support they are receiving from their neighbors.
“My neighbors are only heartbroken, too… They’re pulling together and assisting us out.”
As we reported in December, Democrat Doug Jones kick Roy Moore in a Alabama Senate election.
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