In a television interview on Monday, an Atlanta businesswoman alleged she had a 13-year affair with Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain. In a pre-emptive statement on CNN, Cain said he did not have an affair and described the fourth accuser, Ginger White, as a "friend" but said there was nothing sexual between them.
Atlanta businesswoman Ginger White alleges she had a 13-year-long affair with Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain.(Screengrab from My Fox Atlanta)
A third woman who worked for the National Restaurant Association, and who remains anonymous, also claimed Cain sexually harassed her.
Karen Kraushaar, pictured here in 2000 when she was an Immigration and Naturalization Service spokeswoman, is the second woman to step out publicly, though only after news reports identified her, she said. She is one of two women who settled with the National Restaurant Association after lodging sexual harassment charges against Herman Cain. Until Tuesday, her lawyer, Joelt, spoke on her behalf.(AP Photo/APTN)
Sharon Bialek, a Chicago-area woman, was the first woman who stepped forward publicly to accuse Herman Cain of sexual harassment.(AP Photo/Richard Drew)