Herman Cain Accuser Threatens to Describe His Private Parts to Congress if He Doesn’t Withdraw
A woman who has accused Herman Cain of having a long-term consensual affair threatened on Thursday to describe “certain parts” of his body to the Senate Banking Committee “to corroborate her testimony” if he doesn’t withdraw his name from consideration for the Federal Reserve Board.
Ginger White first claimed she had a 13-year affair with Cain in 2011, during the Tea Party activist’s presidential campaign. At least four other women stepped forward at the time to accuse Cain, who’s been married for nearly 50 years, of sexual harassment. Two of those women, including Karen Kraushaar, received settlements from the National Restaurant Association over sexual harassment claims they made against him in the late 1990s.
Cain, in an interview during his campaign, acknowledged that White was a “friend,” but denied having had any sexual relationship with her. “I have nothing to hide,” he told CNN at the time.
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