The spotlight intensified on GOP presidential hopeful Herman Cain, Thursday, as a third woman accused him of sexual misconduct.
The former National Restaurant Association employee told the Associated Press that Cain made sexually suggestive remarks and gestures toward her during her time at the NRA.
She said he went so far as to invite her to his corporate apartment.
Her story bears a close resemblance to those of two other women, whose accusations of sexual harassment led to separate settlements in the 1990s.
Cain blamed Texas Gov. Rick Perry's campaign for the attacks.
He said one of Perry's leading advisors launched a smear campaign against him by leaking details of the sexual harassment claims to the media.
A Perry spokesman called the allegations "reckless and false."
"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," spokesman J.D. Gordon said.
"He has never acted in the way alleged by inside-the-Beltway media," Gordon added. "His distinguished record over 40 years spent climbing the corporate ladder speaks for itself."
CBN News Chief Political Correspondent David Brody talked more about the scandal and the amount of damage Cain's campaign has sustained from the allegations, on Newswatch, Nov. 3.