Judge Roy Moore on Friday personally addressed the allegations from four women who accused him of inappropriate behavior while they were teenagers, including a 14-year-old who said he made sexual advances when Moore was 32.
Here's what he had to say about each accusation on Sean Hannity's radio show.
Leigh Corfman, then 14
Moore emphatically denied ever knowing or having any interaction with Leigh Corfman, who accused him of making sexual advances with her when she was 14 and he was 32.
In the Washington Post report, Corfman said Moore introduced himself to her in 1979 and picked her up days after they met. She said Moore drove her to his home in the woods and kissed her. During a second visit, she said Moore took off her shirt and pants — along with his clothing — and touched over her bra and underpants and guided her hand over his underwear.
"I don't know Ms. Corfman from anybody," Moore said. "I've never talked to her. Never had any contact with her. Allegations of sexual misconduct are completely false. I believe they are politically motivated.
"I have never known this woman or anything," Moore added. "It never happened, and I don't even like hearing it because it never happened."
Debbie Wesson Gibson, then 17
Debbie Wesson Gibson, whom Moore remembered by her maiden name, said they met when she was 17 and Moore spoke to her high school civics class. She said they went on several dates that did not progress beyond kissing.
Moore said he does not remember speaking to any civics class, but remembered Wesson Gibson and her parents. He also recalled her as a "good girl."
"I do not remember speaking to a civics class," Moore said. "I don't remember that. I do not remember when we — I seem to remember knowing her parents because they were friends. I can't recall specific dates because that's been 40 years, but I remember her as a good girl."
Pressed by Hannity, Moore said he did not recall going on any dates with her, but admitted it was possible they did. He also said she was a "friend."
"I don't remember specific dates. I do not," Moore said. "And I do not remember if it was in that time or later, but I do not remember that, no."
"I know her, but I don't remember going out on dates. I knew her as a friend. If we did go out on dates, then we did," Moore said, "but I do not remember that."
Gloria Thacker Deason, then 18
Moore also remembered Gloria Thacker Deason by her maiden name. According to the Washington Post, Thacker Deason said she was 18 years old and a cheerleader when she met Moore, who took her on dates that included bottles of Mateus Rosé wine, despite the drinking age being 19 at the time.
Moore disputed that he brought wine to dates with her because the county was a dry county at the time. He also said she believed she was 19 or older at the time.
"No, because in this county, it's a dry county. We never would have had liquor," Moore said. "I believe she said that she believed that she was underage. As I can recall, she was 19 or older. That just never happened. I never provided alcohol, beer, or intoxicating liquors to a minor. That'd be against the law, it's against anything I'd have ever done."
"I seem to remember her as a good girl," Moore said. "I seem to remember that I had some sort of knowledge of her mother, very in particular."
Wendy Miller, then 14-16
Moore did not address Miller's comments in the report, although Hannity mentioned her briefly. According to the Washington Post, Moore approached her initially when she was 14, and asked her out on dates when she was 16, which her mother "forbade."