A third former employee of the National Restaurant Association has complained about "aggressive" and "unwanted" behavior by Herman Cain, the Associated Press reports.
The women allege that the Republican presidential candidate, who ran the association in the 1990s, made sexually suggestive remarks or gestures to them, according to the AP. Included in this behavior was a private invitation to Cain's corporate apartment.
It was unclear whether the third employee reached a settlement with NRA, as did the two other women who complained. But AP did report that this woman had considered filing a workplace complaint.
Cain spokesman J.D. Gordon responded by denying AP's report.
"Mr. Cain has said over the past two days at public events that we could see other baseless allegations made against him as this appalling smear campaign continues," Gordon said in a statement. "He has never acted in the way alleged by inside-the-beltway media, and his distinguished record over 40 years spent climbing the corporate ladder speaks for itself."
Lindsey Boerma contributed contributed to this article.
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