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Woman accuses Herschel Walker of attacking her in 2005

A woman who was reportedly involved with Georgia Senate candidate Herschel Walker has come forward with allegations of assault.

“He’s a pathological liar. Absolutely,” the alleged victim, Cheryl Parsa, told the Daily Beast. “But it’s more than that.”

Parsa said that she dated Walker for 5 years in the 2000s and remained in touch with him until approximately three years ago. Parsa said she has photos of her and Walker together on many occasions to confirm that they did have a relationship.

She said Walker, who has struggled with mental illness, used his mental health to justify his “lying, cheating and ultimately destroying families.”

Parsa claimed that, in 2005, she caught Walker cheating on her. Parsa claimed that she caught with another woman in his Dallas condo, leading him to take a swing at her, which caused her to flee the apartment in fear. 

“He is not well,” Parsa told the Daily Beast. “He cannot have control over a state when he has little to no control of his mind.”

Walker also faces other allegations from two other women who have claimed that Walker paid for them to get abortions, after he got them pregnant. Walker has strongly denied these claims.

Walker’s son, Christian, tweeted in October that he and his mother relocated more than six times in as many months “running from (Walker’s) violence.”

Walker is also facing allegations of fraud for reportedly receiving a 2022 tax break in Texas which is intended only for residents of Texas. Walker is a resident of Georgia – where he is running for Senate against Democrat Raphael Warnock.

ARTICLE: PAUL MURDOCH

MANAGING EDITOR: CARSON CHOATE

PHOTO CREDITS: GPB.ORG

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