Cain Sexual Harassment Accuser: 'I Was Not Paid to Come Forward'

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According to Bialek, after drinks and dinner, Cain, the president and CEO of the National Restaurant Association, stuck his hand up her skirt and tried to pull her head toward his crotch.

"I said, 'What are you doing?'" alleged Bialek. "You know I have a boyfriend. This isn't what I came here for."

According to Bialek, Cain answered, "You want a job, right?"

Bialek said that Cain stopped when she asked him to stop and then drove her back to her hotel. She told her then-boyfriend that Cain had been "sexually inappropriate," but did not go into specifics because she was embarrassed. Both the boyfriend and another male friend provided Allred with signed statements confirming that Bialek had told them about an incident with Cain at the time.

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ABC News' Lee Ferran contributed to this report.

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