Woman Who Claims Hershel Walker Pressured Her To Have Abortion Provides New Evidence Of Affair

The second woman to accuse Herschel Walker of pressuring her to have an abortion on Tuesday challenged him to meet her in public and tell her to her face that she was lying.
“Herschel, I never thought you would deny knowing me or our relationship,” the woman, who is called Jane Doe, said with tears in her eyes. “Are you really willing to do anything, including lying to Georgia voters, to become a senator? Do you have the guts to meet me in person in public, look me in the eye and tell me straight to my face that you don’t know me and is nothing I just said true? I look forward to your response.”
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Walker dismissed the claims when Doe came forward last month calling her a liar on national television and on the campaign trail.
On Tuesday, Doe provided additional handwritten letters, diary entries and voice recordings that reportedly show the Georgia GOP Senate candidate told her that he repeatedly loved her and acknowledged that she was pregnant with his child.
Addressing Walker directly via Zoom, Doe added: “Herschel, I was shocked that you denied even knowing me. We were together for six years. You’ve met my parents a number of times, you’ve met other members of my family – you surely remember coming to my apartment in Dallas more times than I can count… walking up three flights of stairs to be with me.
Doe also read an April 1993 letter that Walker allegedly handwritten to her parents, apparently wishing them a happy Easter and professing his love for Doe:
“I really love your daughter, and I’m not out to hurt her. She’s been a strong backbone to me through it all. She’s done nothing wrong. If you think what I’m doing is wrong, I will I withdraw.” until I’m out of this mess. I’m sorry if I did so much to your family, but loving someone sometimes makes you blind. If I’ve been blind, you must tell me, but I really love your doe. I will always love her. I can’t ask for the blessing of you two, because in God’s eyes I could be wrong, but my heart will still love her, and God knows, so he can’t say this is wrong.”
Doe also read two diary entries dated May 17, 1993 and May 22, 1993 – after learning she was pregnant.
“Wednesday night I took a pregnancy test. The test was positive. I bought two more tests and took one as soon as I got home. I can’t even describe the feelings when I saw the positive results develop. I was sedated and it was 8pm, the night before my parents were due to arrive for a 10-day visit. Although I had spoken to Herschel on Saturday morning, I didn’t tell him because it was only an hour before their arrival. I asked him to come on Monday morning.”
She allegedly wrote down what happened after she told him she was pregnant:
“I finally stopped him and put my hands next to his face as we lay in bed and said, ‘Herschel, you don’t understand. Please understand, I’m pregnant.’ And then I cried. He grabbed me and held me close. He said, “It’s okay. I love you. It’ll be okay.” He said it was probably “his fault” as he knew he had very high levels of testosterone. I told him I could just disappear and he said “No,” he would. He told me that’s better would be because he gave the baby and I half of his estate I realized he was talking about more than just disappearing And he told me about a book he had read about the afterlife and the levels of heaven I made I was very concerned because I knew about his previous suicide attempt several years earlier, and I also had several conversations where he talked about threats to me and the baby if I continued with the pregnancy.
Doe added that she was concerned for her own well-being and felt pressured to have the abortion, even though she didn’t want to.
Doe said she met Walker in the 1980s. They started out as friends who spent hours on the phone, she said, several times a week. The two reportedly began a romantic relationship when he played for the Dallas Cowboys in November 1987. In April 1993, Doe discovered she was pregnant.
“I was surprised because I had been using birth control during my entire relationship with Herschel,” she said. “I really didn’t know what to do. I was confused, insecure and scared.”
Doe said at her first press conference that she discussed the pregnancy with Walker several times and that he “encouraged me to have an abortion and gave me the money to do it”.
Walker has dismissed the allegations not only from Doe, but also from another woman who made similar claims. In that case, Walker also said he didn’t know the woman, who would eventually be the mother of one of his children.
Walker is locked in a tight runoff against Democratic incumbent Senator Raphael Warnock, and allegations that he paid and pressured women to terminate their pregnancies have dogged him for the final months of the race.
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Doe said she wasn’t sure what impact her story would have on the election.
“Voters can make their own decision,” she said. “All I can do is tell the truth, and Herschel Walker knows I’m telling the truth.”

Woman Who Claims Hershel Walker Pressured Her To Have Abortion Provides New Evidence Of Affair

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