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Georgia Senatorial candidate Herschel Walker

Herschel Walker's second accuser has come forward with voicemails and handwritten letters proving her relationship to the pro-life candidate, who she says pressured her into an abortion.

After two women accused pro-life Republican Senatorial candidate Herschel Walker of urging them to get abortions, the second accuser has provided intimate voicemails that substantiate her claims.

At a recent press conference via People Magazine, the second accuser's attorney, Gloria Allred, alleged that Walker "had a romantic relationship with" her client, referred to as Jane Doe. The relationship lasted six years, until Walker "caused her to become pregnant, and then pressured her to have an abortion, even though she wanted to have their baby."

Allred claimed Doe's relationship with Walker lasted from 1987 to 1993, with the pregnancy occurring in 1993. She alleged that Walker threatened to commit suicide, or to harm Doe and the baby if she were to give birth.

Allred said: "My client did not want to have an abortion."

While Walker has vehemently denied these claims, Allred stated that she has "overwhelming evidence which supports the relationship between my client and Herschel Walker, including letters, audio recordings, diaries, cards, notes, photos, and a declaration from a friend."

She continued: "We are here today to challenge Mr. Walker. Mr. Walker, do you have the courage to meet with Jane Doe, look her in the eye, and tell her that you do not know her? That you never told her how much you loved her? That you never met with her parents, or wrote them a letter, in your own handwriting in April 1993? That you did not make phone calls to her, telling her how much you loved her when you were at the Olympics in 1992? Mr. Walker, do you deny that it is your voice on the following audio recordings?"

Allred then played an old voice message from someone she claimed to be Walker, who says in the recording: "Ah you, this is your stud farm calling, you big sex puppy, you. Can't believe you're not in. I will talk to you later, you be sweet. Bye bye."

Allred also provided a clip where a man and Doe repeat the phrase "I love you" back and forth, as well as a letter from Walker to Doe's parents on Easter in 1993.

Walker will face Democratic Senator Raphael Warnock in Georgia's runoff election in January, and is one of the many pro-life officials accused of facilitating abortions in their personal lives, in direct contradiction to their political promises.

Doe told reporters that while she "intended to take this to my grave," she decided to go public with the accusations after Walker denied allegations from his first accuser.

"I knew that he was lying based on my own experience," she said in tears. "And I needed to come forward."

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