Public information officer, Natalie Barton said "that fire is still under investigation by the Etowah County Arson Task Force". The statement says investigators don't believe the fire is linked to Moore or the allegations against him. "More details will be released when warrants are obtained". Firefighters rushed to the rural one-level house after a utility worker called 911 shortly after 8 a.m., but by the time they were able to quench the flames, Johnson's family home was all but collapsed.
Johnson is among the women who publicly accused Moore of sexual misconduct.
She alleges that at the age of 28 Moore groped her and made comments about her young daughters' physical appearance.
AL.com reports that Johnson's neighbors noticed a suspicious man walking around the house on Tuesday before it caught on fire.
"I am devastated, just devastated", Johnson said on Friday.
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But the prosecutor said that "flight attendants did not report that anyone asked them to change seats other than the victim". Ramamoorthy's wife had at this point walked up to the back of the plane to inquire into the incident, the attendants added.
"We have just the clothes on our backs", she told the website. According to the article, Johnson told AL.com she was in Moore's office (who was a judge at the time) to sign over custody of her son to her mother.
Johnson and her family are living in a motel while their friends and neighbors help them recover from the blaze. Johnson and her husband were at work at the time of the fire.
Reuters was unable to independently verify the allegations, and Moore has denied any wrongdoing. The Republican Moore, a former chief justice of Alabama's Supreme Court, lost narrowly to Democratic candidate Doug Jones.
At the start of the meeting, Moore remarked on how "pretty" she was and made her feel uncomfortable, she said.