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November 2nd, 2011
Herman Cain Allegations are Absurd and Conjured

 It was a frivilous claim with a bare minimum payout.

Four people with contemporaneous knowledge of the encounter said it had taken place in the context of a work outing during which there had been heavy drinking — a hallmark, they said, of outings with an organization that represents the hospitality industry.

They spoke on condition of anonymity to avoid being publicly drawn into the dispute, and declined to provide details of the encounter, saying they did not want to violate the privacy of the woman.

Two of them said that other factors had been involved in her severance, and that other workplace issues had been making her unhappy at the association as well.

But they said the encounter with Mr. Cain had added an emotional charge and contributed to the size of her payment.

One former colleague familiar with the details said such a severance was not common, especially for an employee with the woman’s relatively short tenure and her pay grade.

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