In the lawsuit filed in Montgomery County Circuit Court, Leigh Corfman said she wants a judge to declare that Moore and his surrogates defamed her by accusing her of lying.
Corfman's lawsuit also raised the issue of a November 28 open letter from her to Moore provided to AL.com that "asked him to stop denying his sexual abuse of her in 1979, to acknowledge his misconduct, and to apologize".
Corfman is not asking for any money, but wants a public apology from Moore, a block on Moore or his campaign making public attacks against her, and a judgement of defamation, her lawyer Neil Roman told WaPo.
A phone message left by AL.com at the office of Moore attorney Trent Garmon was not immediately returned Thursday.
Moore, a Republican, lost the race to Doug Jones, the first Alabama Democrat elected to the U.S. Senate in 25 years.
Moore repeatedly denied sexual misconduct allegations made by several women, and at one point blamed gays, lesbians, socialists, and liberals for what he called "false and malicious" claims. "By this lawsuit, I seek to do what I could not do as a 14-year-old - hold Mr. Moore and those who enable him accountable".
The lawsuit also pointed to the legal filing by Moore and his campaign on December 27, 2017 that was an effort to stop the election results from being certified by the state of Alabama. Despite corroboration from different sources, Moore and his campaign labeled the accusations as "fake news", and Moore denied the account.
Jaffe, in an interview with AL.com, had said he wasn't sure he was the attorney she was referring to, and that he had never handled cases for Roy Moore, only his son. Wearing only undershorts, Mr. Moore touched Ms. Corfman's private parts through her bra and underpants and guided her hand to touch his penis.
But the lawsuit says Moore's claim doesn't spell out what he was asked, where the test occurred or include an affidavit from the person who gave the test. The lawsuit was filed a day after Jones was sworn in as a member of the Senate.
Corfman's lawsuit asks Moore and his campaign to pay legal fees but does not ask for monetary compensation.