A fourth woman has made sexual harassment accusations against GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain.
Sharon Bialek told reporters Monday that Cain had attempted to touch her inappropriately during a 1997 meeting with the former Godfather's Pizza CEO.
She explained that she was meeting with Cain to inquire about getting her old job back with the National Restaurant Association.
CBN News Chief Political Correspondent David Brody breaks down what the latest accusations mean for Cain and his campaign. He also gives a preview of his one-on-one interview with GOP candidate Michele Bachmann.
Her accusations have not yet been confirmed. Bialek, who's being represented by high-profile attorney Gloria Allred, is the first of four accusers to come forward publicly with allegations of sexual misconduct against Cain.
The others have chosen to remain anonymous.
Cain has adamantly maintained his innocence, suggesting the allegations are nothing more than an attempt to smear his campaign.
So far, the Georgia business man's poll numbers have held steady despite the charges.