Text messages between the wife of Georgia Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker and the mother of one of his children showed that Walker pressured the woman to have a second abortion 13 years ago.

The text exchange released by the Daily Beast between Walker's wife Julie Blanchard and the woman revealed that after successfully pressuring the woman into having an abortion in 2009, Walker again used the tactic in 2011.

International Business Times does not cite the woman's name due to privacy.

The woman has previously claimed that Walker paid for the abortion that took place in 2009, providing the New York Times a $575 receipt from a women's clinic in Atlanta, a $700 check that she alleges Walker provided, and a "get-well" card she says was also from her estranged partner, signed "H".

The text exchange unveils new details about the relationship between Walker, the woman, and the 10-year-old child they share together.

"He brought all of this on himself when he decided to get on a platform and denounce abortion and make a mockery of his children who have done NOTHING to deserve this," the woman said in one message to Blanchard.

"Did you know Herschel paid for my abortion the first time? Or that he told me it wasn't the 'right time' to have [her current child]?" the woman said after Blanchard initiated the text exchange.

In response, Blanchard attempted to quell the woman, relating back to how she had been a bridge between the two parties, as Walker seldom communicates directly to the mother of his child.

"This message makes me incredibly sad. You know I have continually tried to bridge a better relationship between you and Herschel putting [the child] first," Blanchard replied.

The woman claims that Walker has not seen their son in six-and-a-half years, and has only met the child three times since his birth in 2012.

Walker has explicitly denied the allegations, calling them a "flat-out" lie and the work of his political opponents. He has disputed the legitimacy of the materials the woman provided, as well as claiming on Fox News that he sends money to "a lot of people."

Walker, who faces Democrat Sen. Raphael Warnock in November, supports abortion bans with no exceptions.

Walker, 60, a former NFL player, has never held a position in the public sector. His candidacy has faced growing scrutiny for numerous allegations and he has admitted to suffering from mental illness.

The senate race has garnered heightened national attention for the upcoming midterm elections. Warnock leads in most polls.