Herman Cain has been accused of sexual harassment for the fourth time Monday. This is the first time when a person came publicly and accused the Republican presidential candidate of wrongdoings.
However, even after four allegations of behaving sexually inappropriate with women, the popularity of Herman Cain has not gone down yet.
According to a USA TODAY/Gallup Poll released Monday, Cain's supporters are still with him but if the charges of sexual harassment proved right, they will not vote for him.
The survey shows that if the accusations were proved, 53 percent definitely would not vote for a candidate proved to have sexually harassed employees.
The accuser from Chicago, Sharon Bialek, said she sought Cain's help to get a job in 1997 when he behaved sexually inappropriate towards her.
Sharon, who appeared with her celebrity attorney Gloria Allred for a news conference in Manhattan, said she met Cain in July 1997 in Washington D.C. after being let go by National Restaurant Association where she was working earlier.
When she met Cain for a help to get a job as he was the then chief of the restaurant trade group, Cain took her in a car for a ride to an office building. Cain put his hand under her skirt and reached for her genitals and also pushed her head toward his crotch while they were in a car, Bialek alleged.
Bialek said when she said, This is not I came here for, Cain said, You want a job, right?
When she asked him to stop, he did and dropped her back to the hotel where he had booked a suit for Bialek.
Cain, through one of his spokesman, denied the allegations immediately, terming them completely false. The Republican presidential candidate is due to hold a press conference Tuesday.
Bialek's credibility is also in question in the country because of her poor job record. She changed at least nine different jobs in 17 years, and filed for personal bankruptcy twice in 1991 and 2001.
Bialek is also said to have dated baseball player Steve Stone in the 1980s.