Woman who claims Herschel Walker pressured her into an abortion demands he meet her face-to-face

Woman who claims Herschel Walker pressured her into an abortion demands he meet her face to face and tell her she is lying – and reveals handwritten letters and pictures with the Senate candidate after he rejected her claims

  • Jane Doe held a Zoom press conference on Tuesday to unveil fresh evidence
  • Herschel Walker denied knowing her after she went public with abortion claim
  • ‘Do you have the guts to meet with me in person in public,’ she said
  • She always read from a letter he allegedly wrote to her parents
  • And she revealed diary extracts in which he apparently said he was responsible 

The second woman to accuse Herschel Walker of pressuring her into having an abortion presented fresh evidence of their relationship on Tuesday and demanded that the Republican nominee in Georgia’s tight Senate race meet her face to face to deny her claims. 

The woman, known only as Jane Doe, used a press conference in Los Angeles with her lawyer Gloria Allred to offer proof or their relationship because she said when she first made her allegations ‘and told the truth, he denied that he knew that I existed.’

‘Herschel, I never thought you’d deny knowing me or our relationship,’ she said via Zoom, fighting back tears. 

‘Are you really willing to do anything, including lying to the voters in Georgia, to become a senator? 

‘Do you have the guts to meet with me in person in public, look me in the eye, and tell me to my face that you don’t know me and that none of what I just said is true?’

Two women have come forward to accuse Herschel Walker of pressuring them to have abortions. On Tuesday, one repeated her allegations to ask if he had the 'guts' to meet her in public and again deny ever knowing her. He is in a run-off for the Georgia Senate seat

Two women have come forward to accuse Herschel Walker of pressuring them to have abortions. On Tuesday, one repeated her allegations to ask if he had the ‘guts’ to meet her in public and again deny ever knowing her. He is in a run-off for the Georgia Senate seat

The woman is known only as Jane Doe, and is represented by lawyer Gloria Allred

The woman is known only as Jane Doe, and is represented by lawyer Gloria Allred

Walker dismissed the allegations when Doe came forward last month. He called her a liar on the campaign trail. 

But Doe read out an April 1993 letter which she said was written by Walker to her parents. 

‘I do love your daughter and I’m not out to hurt her. She has been a strong backbone for me through all of this,’ the letter said. 

She said she had met Walker in the 1980s. They started off as friends, talking by phone for hours at a time, and then began a relationship when he was playing for the Dallas cowboys in 1987.

She said she found out she was pregnant in April 1993. 

Her evidence included a voicemail recording in which Walker apparently said: ‘This is your stud farm calling, you big sex puppy you.’ 

And she read two journal entries describing what happened when she became pregnant. 

Walker is seen with the Philadelphia Eagles in 1993, the year Doe says she had the abortion

Walker is seen with the Philadelphia Eagles in 1993, the year Doe says she had the abortion

‘On Wednesday night, I did a pregnancy test. The test was positive,’ she said.

‘I bought two more tests and did one as soon as I got home. I can’t even describe the feelings as I watched the positive results develop. 

‘I was numb and it was 8 p.m., the night before my parents were to arrive for a 10-day visit. 

‘Although I talked to Herschel Saturday morning, I didn’t tell him since it was only an hour before their arrival. I asked him to come over Monday morning.’

In a second extract Walker is alleged to have told her the pregnancy was ‘probably his “fault” since he had very high levels of testosterone.’ 

Walker has campaigned on an anti-abortion platform for the Georgia’s Senate seat.

A poll published Tuesday, commissioned by AARP, has Warnock at 51 and Walker at 47 percent, within the margin of error at 4.4 percentage points

A poll published Tuesday, commissioned by AARP, has Warnock at 51 and Walker at 47 percent, within the margin of error at 4.4 percentage points

The first woman to make allegations against Walker told the Daily Beast last month that he paid for her to have an abortion in 2009.

He finished a close second to Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock. But neither candidate secured more than 50 percent of the vote, and the race now heads to a December 6 run-off. 

The first woman to come forward told the Daily Beast that he paid for her to have an abortion in 2009. 

With two weeks to go, Warnock has an edge over Walker. 

A poll published Tuesday, commissioned by AARP, has Warnock at 51 and Walker at 47 percent, within the margin of error at 4.4 percentage points. 

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