Flanked by lawyer Gloria Allred, Sharon Bialek held a press conference Monday alleging sexual harassment by Republican Presidential candidate Herman Cain.
She says he tried to touch her inappropriately after a work dinner.
Specifically, Bialek, a former National Restaurant Association employee, said Cain made a pass at her after a dinner meeting in Washington D.C., "reaching for her genitals" and "putting her head near his crotch" while promising to help her.
Sharon Bialek says she reached out to Herman Cain when she was fired from the Education Foundation at the National Restaurant Association in July 1997.
Bialek says Cain told her to come to D.C. so they could talk.
She did, and to her surprise, Cain hooked her up with a huge hotel room, took her to dinner, and afterward, promised to show her the NRA headquarters.
Once they were in the car, though ... things got weird:Bialek says Herman pulled over and then all of a sudden, "He reached over and put his hand on my leg, under my skirt and reached for my genitals."
She says Cain also tried to pull her head towards his crotch.
When Bialek questioned his actions, she claims Cain replied, "You want a job, right?" Bialek says she asked Cain to stop right away, and he did.
Allred says Bialek, who's a registered Republican, could have sold her story for a ton of cash, but she didn't want to damage her credibility.
The Chicago-area mother urged the GOP presidential candidate to "come clean" and admit how he was "inappropriate" with her and others.
"Mr. Cain, I implore you," she says, "Make this right. "
Bialek's story was immediately denied by the Cain campaign, which sent out a news release as the woman spoke publicly at a New York City.
"All allegations of harassment against Mr. Cain are completely false," it said, echoing past denials. "Mr. Cain has never harassed anyone."
Cain was first accused of sexual harassment last week after Politico reported that two women at the NRA were given settlements.
The Georgia businessman suggested that rival Rick Perry was behind the story, an allegation the Texas Governor adamantly denied.