DEPOSITION: Roy Moore Accuser’s Lawyer Said She ‘F—d Everybody in Gadsden, Including Himself’
Eddie Sexton, lawyer to Roy Moore accuser Leigh Corfman, admitted having a sexual relationship with his client and claimed that she “f**ked everybody in Gadsden,” according to a court deposition obtained by Big League Politics.
Big League Politics has obtained transcripts of depositions of businessman Gary Lantrip testifying about Leigh Corfman attorney Eddie Sexton. The crux of the testimony focuses on the contents of a meeting held shortly after the failing Washington Post published a story suggesting Breitbart reporters attempted to bribe Sexton to drop Corfman as a client.
At issue is the existence of a recording of a meeting between two Breitbart reporters, Lantrip, Bert Davi, and Sexton.
Bombshells coming from the Lantrip deposition include the statements affirming that Sexton had a sexual relationship with Corfman and had known her for “many years,” and that Sexton claimed that Corfman had “f**ked everybody in Gadsden,” including him.
Another stunning statement from the deposition claims that Corfman’s father, a doctor, held “sex parties when [Corfman] was young,” and that Corfman was “put in with that as a young girl.”
Sexton also noted that he planned to drop Corfman as a client because he did not believe her claims, and at least one Breitbart reporter said that Sexton “Sat there several times talking s*** about his client [Corfman],” according to Lantrip’s deposition.
Even legal observers inclined to disbelieve Corfman’s claims are unfounded were shocked to learn even Corfman’s own legal team did not believe her.
“Leigh Corfman’s attorney didn’t believe her blatantly untrue claims, according to multiple individuals present at a meeting in the days after the baseless Washington Post story ran, but the Post still ran it,” said attorney Johnny Davis. “Furthermore, there’s a recording of the meeting where Sexton admits his client was not credible, and that even he himself didn’t believe Corfman and was planning on dropping her as a client.”
“Multiple witnesses confirm Sexton disparaged his client Corfman, and that he intended to drop her as a client,” said Davis, “so it is shocking that the Post failed to uncover this evidence that impeaches Corfman’s claims.”
“This is another example of the Washington Post’s total disregard for the truth in pursuit of a political agenda,” said attorney Johnny Davis.
This shocking deposition comes after Big League Politics discovered and released text messages from Corfman showing she had disdain for Christians, calling them “Bible thumpers.”
In a group text with four other people, Corfman said the following:
“Bastard. A morally defunct bastard… You forgot that part. I haven’t read the wsj article, but it blows my mind at the bible thumpers that come out of the woodwork when his name is involved. Disturbing to say the least.”
Texts from the other members of the group are redacted, and do not appear in the document. Names and phone numbers of the group members are also redacted.
Texts between Corfman and another friend seem to reveal that Corfman has skeletons in her past that she is hoping to keep under wraps.
“Please remember that anything I know is family. I will not repeat it to others. I hope all goes well for you. That is in your way back past!!!!” the friend texted.
The virulent text messages and the eye opening deposition statements together create an image of a woman who may have had no scruples about resorting to any means necessary to keep Moore out of office, and a legal team that could not work with their client in good faith.