white ginger appears on television to discuss "inappropriate" question staggered presidential candidate
attacked by Republican candidate Herman Cain became embroiled in allegations of sex charges on Monday, when a businesswoman from Atlanta said she had a relationship with the tycoon 13 years the first pizza.
The woman, white ginger, told a reporter from Fox local affiliate station in Atlanta, who had known when he was married and that the relationship was "inappropriate".
White, an unemployed single mother, said the case was deemed "fun" of her monotonous life. She said she had evidence to support your application, including text messages during the night.
Cain, a surprise favorite in the race to Republican in October and early November, continued to see his audience survey fall when three women alleged sexual harassment. It is now lying in third place behind Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney in the polls.
former CEO pizza company in Atlanta was ahead of the interview, White said over an hour before CNN Fox. "Here we go again"
Cain lawyer, Lin Wood, issued a statement on its name, drawing a distinction beween this case women and three.
"This is not an allegation of harassment in the workplace - this is not an assault allegation -. What issues are legitimate search to a political candidate, on the contrary, appears to be an indictment of private, the alleged conduct between consenting adults, a subject that is not a proper subject of inquiry by the media or the public, "said Wood
view of this, Wood said that Cain did not feel compelled to respond to media inquiries. Statement did not contain wooden denial.
White said he had met in Louisville, Kentucky in the 1990s when he was president of the National Restaurant Association. He invited her to his hotel room for drinks. After that, she flew across the country to join him.Done
sex with her eight months ago, when he began his race for the Republican nomination, he said.
The latest allegations is likely to accelerate the decline of the survey results of Cain. He acknowledged the decline, but said he found comfort in the fact that he was not at the bottom of the pack.