Karen Kraushaar, Herman Cain sexual harassment accuser, goes public

Republican Presidential candidate Herman Cain addresses the media Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2011, in Scottsdale, Ariz. Cain was responding to Sharon Bialek, a Chicago-area woman, who accused Cain on Monday, Nov. 7, 2011, of making an unwanted sexual advance against her in 1997.
Karen Kraushaar

One of Herman Cain's original accusers confirmed to CBS News that she received a settlement from the National Restaurant Association after accusing Cain of sexual harassment.

Karen Kraushaar, 55, is currently a spokesperson for the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration at the Treasury Department.

Kraushaar told CBS News that she is interested in holding a press conference with all of the women who claim they were harassed by Cain.

"The whole situation is so volatile right now, I just don't want to say anymore," Kraushaar told CBS News.

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Sharon Bialek accuses Herman Cain of "sexual inappropriate" behavior

On Friday, the National Restaurant Association agreed to waive a confidentiality agreement that barred her from discussing her complaints. Her attorney, Joel Bennett, told reporters last week that his client had reported a series of incidents involving Cain when she worked in the communications department at the National Restaurant Association in the late 1990s.