Dating while legally separated
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Senate candidate Roy Moore may have dating while legally separated his wife while she was still married to her first husband. Moore and his wife, Kayla, began dating in early 1985, when she was reportedly still married to her first husband.

Senate candidate Roy Moore may have dated his wife while she was still married to her first husband, according to a report. Moore seems to have courted his wife, Kayla, during her divorce proceedings, contradicting past statements, the Washington Examiner found. The former Alabama chief justice met his future wife at a church event just before Christmas 1984. And his spokesman denied the couple was together before the ink on Kayla’s divorce dried. Brett Doster, Moore’s campaign spokesman, told the newspaper via email.

Records show Kayla Moore had just separated from then-husband John Charles Heald two weeks before she met Moore in December 1984. She filed for divorce on Dec. Moore, in his book, said they started dating early on in 1985 after she went to his colleague’s office. Moore has denied the allegations against him.