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'She's a complete gold digger': Murky past of Herman Cain accuser starts to emerge
`Filed for bankruptcy twice
`Accused former boyfriend of harassing her to pay a loan
`Cain appears on Jimmy Kimmel saying he will fight the accusations
`Father found out about allegations on Monday
`Lived in same building as top Obama aid
`Fifth woman claims he asked aid to set up dinner date with him and an attractive audience member
A 'gold digger' embroiled in legal and financial difficulties who has always lived above her station and will do anything to never have to work again.
This is the portrait that has started to emerge of the fourth woman to accuse Herman Cain of sexual harassment - the first to come out publicly.
Though her lawyer Gloria Allred painted a respectable and prestigious education and employment history for Sharon Bialek, 50, just a day later it has been revealed that she has not held a job for more than two years and has filed for bankruptcy twice.
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During Sharon Bialek‘s media tour this morning about her allegations against Herman Cain, she sat down with Good Morning America‘s George Stephanopoulos. Stephanopoulos questioned Bialek about whether she had called Joel Bennett, the attorney of one of the other accusers of the Republican candidate, who had said a woman from Chicago named “Sharon” had called him. Bialek hesitated. “We not going to answer who she calls,” attorney Gloria Allred interjected. “You can’t say? Why not?” pressed Stephanopoulos. “Because that’s not the issue — the issue is Herman Cain,” responded Allred.
Bennett had appeared on The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell last night and mentioned the phone call from the mysterious “Sharon.” “I had contact with a woman named Sharon in Chicago the last five days. I don’t know if it’s the same Sharon because I never got her last name. The Sharon I had contact with left a voicemail in my office one night indicating she had been harassed by Herman Cain while he was with the National Restaurant Association,” Bennett said. “When I called her back the next day, she said she had decided not to pursue it further. I then called her again yesterday to advise her that she could give her information confidentially if she wanted to. She said she’d think about it and let me know. I have not heard from her since then. It may be the same woman who spoke out today.”
Stephanopoulos also asked Bialek why she had not said anything when the incident occurred.
“There’s a couple reasons,” she responded. “Number One, I was embarrassed as many women are in these kinds of situations, and I just wanted it to go away. Number Two, I wasn’t employed with the educational foundation of the National Restaurant Association so I didn’t believe at the time there was any recourse. The most thing that I did was discuss it with two close confidants so I could kind of get it of my chest.”
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