Sharon Bialek, the north suburban woman who publicly accused Herman Cain of sexual harassment, leading to the end of his presidential campaign, appeared in court Friday morning for a hearing on her landlord’s attempt to kick her out of her townhome.
The landlord of a north suburban woman accusing GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain of sexual harassment is trying to evict her from her townhome, saying she owes $7,500 in back rent.
The first woman to come forward with sexual harassment accusations against Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain is back home in the Chicago area.
So far, Chicago native Sharon Bialek is the only one of four women who have accused Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain of sexual harassment to speak out publicly about the allegations. Now, a day after she came forward, we are learning more about her and her reasons for going public.
Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain strongly denied sexual harassment allegations brought by a Chicago woman, saying he doesn’t even remember meeting her.
Herman Cain has flatly denied claims the latest claims of sexual harassment by a Chicago area woman, in what is now one of numerous allegations against the Republican presidential candidate.
The fiance of Sharon Bialek tells WBBM Newsradio that Bialek just told him about the alleged sexual harassment on Friday evening – and he says, “It took some guts.”
A Chicago area woman said Monday that presidential candidate Herman Cain groped her more than a decade ago when she approached him for help finding a job.