How much fact-checking actually took place before the Washington Post rushed to print in the Judge Roy Moore story? It appears that there were a few important biographical items left out of the narrative since the Thursday salacious details of “inappropriate sexual conduct” became public.

The Washington Post’s Erik Wemple reported that the former Alabama Supreme Court justice was accused of sexual impropriety 38 years ago. But the story becomes something different when you add in the latest information from Fox News Friday evening.

It appears that one of the women accusing Moore reportedly worked as a sign language interpreter for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

Erik Wemple’s coverage in the WaPo made headline news across the country based on allegations of four women that the 70-year old Moore made contact with one woman when she was 14, and the others when they were 17 and 18 years of age.

Deborah Wesson Gibson, who told  The Washington Post that she briefly dated Moore when she was 17 and he was 34, founded the language interpreting company, Signs of Excellence, and has worked for a number of democratic campaigns, according to  Alabama Local News .

The Post splashed the allegations late Thursday, quoting Gibson as saying she first met Moore in 1981 when he spoke to her high school civics class. Allegedly he asked her out and the pair dated for a few months, even exchanging two kisses.

Gibson has worked for several democratic candidates at political rallies for former Vice President Joe Biden, former Sen. Patrick Murphy, D-Fla., Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., as well as Hillary Clinton.

Three other women in the report  also accused Moore of sexually inappropriate behavior when they were teenagers, including one woman who alleges she was 14 at the time. 

Judge  Moore’s campaign labeled the allegations “baseless” and “the very definition of fake news.”