Washington (CNN) – Famed defense attorney Gloria Allred says another woman who alleges she was sexually harassed by Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain will go public in a news conference in New York on Monday.
Three women have alleged Cain harassed them when they worked for the National Restaurant Association while he headed the group in the 1990s. Allred said that the woman she will appear with at the news conference isn't one of those three.
"Ms. Allred's client will be the first to give her name and to speak out about details of what she alleges occurred between her and Cain," the attorney said in a news release.
Cain has vehemently denied committing sexual harassment.
Allred says the alleged harassment took place when her client sought Cain's help with an employment issue while she was working at the association.
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poor gop watching the're hopes go down the drain with cain.
Cain...time to let it go...your done! "BLAME YOURSELF"
If these women making the accusations were paid off to stay silent there had to have been some kind of legal agreement. I wonder if they can be sued to repay the hush money ? Why does there have to be lawyers involved ... do the women plan to sue to get more $$$ ?