A woman who accused Herman Cain of sexual harassment in 1999 said Friday through her attorney that she stands by her claims but will not be speaking further on the matter, citing a desire to avoid reliving the case.
"She has decided not to relive the specifics of the incident," attorney Joel Bennett said at a press conference in Washington, D.C. on behalf of his client saying it would be "extremely painful" for her to do so. He confirmed no details about exactly what was alleged.
"We're not going to get more specific about what was physical, what was verbal. It qualified as sexual harassment in our opinion."
Bennett said the presidential candidate knows "exactly" the incidents in question. "If he chooses to not remember or not acknowledge those, that's his issue."
Bennett said he would not disclose the amount of the monetary settlement his client was awarded by the National Restauran
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