By Jonathan Easley - 11/02/11 02:56 PM EDT
Attorney Joel Bennett
told CBS’s "The Early Show" on Wednesday that his client hasn’t spoken
publicly because of the confidentiality agreement, but that Cain’s
comments might have cleared a path.
“There was more than one incident that my client received sexual harassment,” Bennett said. “She would like to speak out for the record, only because Mr. Cain has stated that he didn’t sexually harass anyone, that there wasn’t any substance to the allegations, and basically made it look like she was some type of frivolous claimant looking for money.”
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