A fourth Herman Cain sexual harassment accuser came forth on Monday, detailing an instance during which the GOP candidate tried to grope her in exchange for employment.
Sharon Bialek, who worked for Cain at the National Restaurant Association in the mid-1990s, according to The Washington Post, gave a press conference detailing the Presidential candidate’s actions during a 1997 evening meeting between the two.
The woman said that after losing her position she sought advice from Cain, whom she had met on several occasions during professional events while working for the National Restaurant Association.
The controversial meeting occurred when she traveled from out of town to have dinner with Cain. She alleges that he upgraded her hotel room without her knowledge; and, when they were in the car, he attempted to put his hand up her skirt and force her face toward his genitals.
After telling Cain that she wanted no part of his advances, he allegedly said, “You want a job, right?”
At least one of Cain’s other three accusers have said that Bialek’s story sounds very similar to her own.
The Cain campaign denied Bialek’s allegations.