Nov 6, 2011 1 Comment ›› Pat Dollard
Meanwhile, the Associated Press reported that a third woman considered filing a workplace complaint against Cain at the NRA over what was termed aggressive and unwanted behavior, with invitations to his corporate apartment.
The woman told the AP she didn’t file a complaint because she began having less contact with him, and because she learned that a co-worker, one of the two accusers who received a settlement, had already done so. Cain’s actions “were inappropriate, and it made me feel uncomfortable,” she told the AP. She said that in addition to an invitation to his corporate apartment in Washington, he had confided to colleagues how attractive he found her. She also disputed Cain’s assertion that there were misunderstandings about his behavior because of his “sense of humor.”
The AP said that the woman is not politically active or currently a registered member of either party, but she had been a registered Democrat at one point.
Cain has already denounced the two previous allegations of sexual harassment against him as false, and suggested at least one of the women was a poor worker whose job performance was “not up to par.”