Johnson is among the women who publicly accused Moore of sexual misconduct.
Johnson and some of her neighbors told AL.com that a young man with a history of public intoxication was seen walking around the house before and during the blaze. While no one was hurt ― Johnson, her husband and her grandchild were all out of the house at the time ― the family lost all their possessions in the blaze.
"I am devastated, just devastated", Johnson said on Friday.
On Tuesday morning, Johnson's home in Gadsen, Alabama went up in flames and the blaze is now being investigated for arson.
"We have just the clothes on our backs", she told the website.
Tallant, who said he lives across the street from Johnson and her family, said another neighbor called him to say smoke was coming out from Johnson's home and they were concerned that somebody might be inside.
'He didn't pinch it; he grabbed it, ' she said at the time.
One of the women who accused Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore of harassing her lost her home Wednesday in a fire that is now under investigation, the Etowah County Sheriff said.
Tina Johnson, who claims Moore groped her rear at his office over two decades ago, was at work when her Gadsen home went up in flames on Tuesday morning, cops said. Johnson was 28 at the time of the alleged incident.
At the start of the meeting, Moore remarked on how "pretty" she was and made her feel uncomfortable, she said.
Despite being backed wholeheartedly by President Trump throughout his campaign and dismissing the allegations against him as false, Moore could not overcome them.