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Gloria Allred and Cain sex accuser Bialek speaking out Monday in Chicago

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Herman Cain suspended his GOP presidential campaign on Saturday, but that does not mean charges of sexual harrassment are behind him. In Chicago on Monday, attorney Gloria Allred and Sharon Bialek, the Chicago woman who says she is a victim of Cain's harrassment, react at a press conference at the Penisula Hotel.

According to a statement from Allred's office, "Sharon Bialek will dispel some of the myths circulated by some Cain supporters and the attacks made on her by Cain. Ms. Allred will also have a very strong reaction to Cain's attacks on all women who made claims against Cain, his claims that the allegations made against him were false, and his decision to "suspend", but not terminate his campaign."

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