A second woman has accused GOP Senate candidate Herschel Walker of paying for an abortion
In a virtual press conference Wednesday, a woman calling herself Jane Doe said Herschel Walker pushed her to have an abortion in 1993, paid for it, and even drove her to the clinic.
"Herschel Walker is a hypocrite and he is not fit to be a US senator," Doe said.
Doe says she's not coming forward because of partisan politics, having voted for President Trump twice.
"The reason I am here today is because he has publicly taken the position that he is, 'about life,' she said.
Walker has denied another story in which an ex-girlfriend said Walker paid her to have one abortion and unsuccessfully pushed for another. GPB has not been able to independently corroborate either woman claims.
During the press conference, Doe's attorney shared letters, photos and other mementos that allegedly show the connection between Walker and this woman, including a voicemail Walker supposedly left while he was in Europe during the 1992 Winter Olympics.
Walker has continued to deny any and all claims he paid for an abortion, including on the campaign trail Wednesday.
"I'm done with this foolishness," Walker said. "I've already told you this is a lie."
Beyond the denials, Walker has recently tried to walk back his stance on abortion. He falsely claimed during a recent debate he always supported Georgia strict 6 week law, with some exceptions, instead of his prior stance supporting a federal ban with no exceptions.