Source: Catalina Camia / USA Today
Joel Bennett, a lawyer for one of Herman Cain’s accusers, says there was a “series of inappropriate behaviors” that led to his client filing a sexual harassment claim against Cain in the 1990s.
Bennett issued a statement on behalf of his client, who does not wish to be identified or speak publicly.
“She has decided not to relive the specifics,” he said.
Asked about the other two women referred to this week in news stories about Cain’s alleged behavior, Bennett said: “Where there’s smoke, there’s fire … more likely than not, there was some sexual harassment activity.”
The allegations stem from Cain’s tenure as head of the National Restaurant Association from 1996 to 1999.
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