Three days away from his inauguration, President-elect Donald Trump will reportedly be slapped with a lawsuit by a woman who has alleged sexual misconduct in the past by the Republican. The accuser, who has not been named yet, was being represented by famed lawyer Gloria Allred and was expected to hold a press conference in Los Angeles at 2:30 p.m. EDT, Business Insider tweeted Tuesday.

Along the campaign trail, Trump, who was scheduled to take the Oath of Office in Washington, D.C., on Friday, faced accusations of either sexual assault or inappropriate sexual contact from at least 13 women. The allegations dated as far back as the early 1980s, a timeline put together by The Daily Beast showed.

One of the accusers was Trump’s first wife, Ivanka Trump.

Allred, who was representing several of the accusers, held press conferences with some of them leading up to and after Trump’s Election Day victory in November.

“This story became eclipsed the day that FBI director [James] Comey suggested he was looking into Hillary Rodham Clinton’s emails. And then, of course the day before the election he said, ‘Nothing there.’ Too late though because that may have motivated many of the Trump supporters to go to the polls,” Allred told Yahoo News in November. “Yes, the story was eclipsed, but I don’t think the story is over yet.”

A former contestant on Trump’s reality game show “The Apprentice” held a press conference in November with Allred by her side and teared up while she read her accusations against the billionaire.

“Mr. Trump stated that after the election he would file lawsuits against me and the other accusers he sexually assaulted,” Summer Zervos said while also claiming she’d been threatened and bullied and her business “targeted,” according to People.

“I also suffered other repercussions because I chose to speak out and tell the truth,” Zervos also said.