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Christopher Plummer to Play Role of Roy Moore in Alabama Senate Race

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(Montgomery, AL) – With just weeks before the Alabama Senate special election between Republican Roy Moore and his Democratic challenger Doug Jones, news broke this afternoon suggesting sexual indiscretions dating back decades between Moore and a then 14-year-old girl.  The Washington Post broke the story stating the then 32 year-old Moore pursued a sexual relationship with Leigh Corfman outside a courtroom in Etowah County, Alabama  in 1979.

The allegation, which includes 3 additional women between the ages of 16 and 18 and is supported by as many as 30 sources, sent shockwaves through the Republican Party forcing many high-ranking officials to respond on the record.  Discussion quickly turned to the possibility of replacing Moore on the ballot, however Alabama law prohibits the replacement of a party candidate up to 76 days before the election.

Dan Stevens, a spokesman for the Alabama secretary of state’s office told National Report Thursday the role of Moore will instead be played by actor Christopher Plummer.  Plummer recently became a hot Hollywood commodity after he was chosen to replace another alleged pedophile, Kevin Spacey, in the upcoming file “All the Money in the World.”

Moore has denied the allegations and has taken to social media to blame the mainstream media, along with the “National Democratic Party” for what he considers to be a smear campaign.

National Report reached out to representatives for Mr. Plummer, but no response was received prior to publication.

 

 

 

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