After Doug Jones's stunning Senate victory over homophobe/racist/alleged pedophile Roy Moore last night, a woman who accused Moore of sexually assaulting her when she was 16 weighed in on the news.
Beverly Young Nelson spoke to CNN on Wednesday morning, expressing gratitude for not only the election results, but the other brave women who went public about Moore's predation of them as teenagers.
"I feel like my story may have played a part in [Moore's loss] but I believe it was the other victims as well that helped in all this," Nelson told CNN's Alisyn Camerota. "I feel like it was not just me; it was all of us."
Young said Alabama "is about to make some changes" in the wake of Moore's defeat. When pressed on whether the election equated to "case closed" on Moore, Nelson was unequivocal — saying, "No" and adding that she's "demanding" an investigation into Moore's sexual misconduct.
Nelson's attorney, Gloria Allred, said her client's reputation was dragged through the mud by Moore and his supporters, who called her a liar and accused her of forging Moore's signature in her high school yearbook. Click here to watch the interview.