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.
Al.com reported that the family wasn't hurt as Johnson and her husband were at work and her grandson was at school during the blaze.
Corfman told the newspaper in a statement that the lawsuit aims "to do what I could not do as a 14-year-old - hold Mr. Moore and those who enable him accountable". We have just the clothes on our backs, ' she said.
Moore denied the allegation and several others from women who said they were inappropriately approached by Moore while they were teenagers.
Johnson, however, says she doesn't know what to believe about that.
Investigators said they have a "suspect of interest", but have not released any more details to Johnson or the media.
Johnson, who is presently staying in a motel, was told by a neighbor that the suspect in question made a comment wondering if the house was going to burn that morning.
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You can view photos of the damage to her home below.
January 2. According to reports, Johnson and her family lost their home and all of their belongings and have been living in a hotel.
Moore, the former Alabama Senate candidate, has been accused of sexual misconduct by multiple women, including Johnson. Johnson alleges that as she was leaving the meeting Moore "grabbed my behind".
"I was so humiliated and sickened", she said.
He lost the special election to Democrat Doug Jones on December 12, turning Alabama blue from red for the first time in 25 years.
Despite being backed wholeheartedly by President Trump throughout his campaign and dismissing the allegations against him as false, Moore could not overcome them.