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Oh Lordy, THERE ARE TAPES: ‘Stud Farm’ Herschel Walker Heard On Audio Recording Calling Woman He Said He Never Met

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Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker is facing new allegations after a second woman who alleged that she was pressured into having an abortion has come forward with previously unseen letters, audio recordings she said were evidence of their relationship, which the Georgia Senate nominee has denied.

The alleged new evidence was presented at a press conference in Los Angeles organized by the woman’s lawyer, Gloria Allred, and included a voicemail recording in which Walker was purported to say to the woman: “This is your stud farm calling, you big sex puppy you”.

The anonymous woman, known only as Jane Doe, said at the press conference that she was doing so because when she first aired her allegations last month “and told the truth, he denied that he knew that I existed”.

She also read out a letter that she alleges had been 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.

The new allegations come just as early voting is set to begin in the important run-off election for a Georgia seat in the US Senate between Walker and the Democratic incumbent, Raphael Warnock, following the close result in the midterm elections.

Asked whether she was coming forward with a new round of allegations in order to influence the election, Jane Doe said: “Voters can make their own decision. All I can do is tell the truth.”

Jane Doe initially raised her claims on 26 October, alleging that she had an intimate relationship with Walker for six years and that he paid for her to have an abortion in 1993, driving her to the clinic.

Walker denied the claims, saying: “I’m done with this foolishness. I’ve already told people this is a lie and I’m not going to entertain it.”

Watch the press conference below: