Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain continues to deny claims of sexual harrassment, as another woman has been identified in accusations of sexual misconduct against him.
Karen Kraushaar, 55, settled a sexual harassment complaint against Cain in 1999, but he isn't the only person she has accused.
Three years later at her next job, she accused a manager of sexual harassment and demanded thousands of dollars in payment, but later dropped the complaint.
Kraushaar told the Associated Press she considered her employment complaint "relatively minor" and she later dropped it.
"The concern was that there may have been discrimination on the job and that I was being treated unfairly," she said.
Kraushaar is one of four women to accuse Cain of sexual harassment when he was the head of the National Restaurant Association during the 1990s.
At a news conference Tuesday evening, Cain suggested he is the victim of a conspiracy. He addressed the media and denied all of the accusations that have been made against him.
"The charges and the accusations I absolutely reject. They simply did not happen," he told reporters.
Cain said he would not quit his bid for the nomination despite the allegations, insisting the charges were false and baseless.
"Ain't gonna' happen," Cain said at the conference.
Meanwhile, questions about the accusations are sure to come up at Wednesday night's Republican debate in Rochester, Mich.