Accusor feels 'vindication' after Cain suspends campaign

December 6, 2011

Michell Eloy

The attorney for Sharon Bialek said Monday her client is not planning on suing Herman Cain.

In November, Bialek accused the former Republican Presidential hopeful of making an inappropriate sexual advance.

Speaking in Chicago, Bialek told reporters she feels "somewhat vindicated" that Cain suspended his campaign.

"Now, by him stepping down - albeit he didn't tell the truth in doing it - but at least I feel like I have impacted his race for the president," said Bialek.

Bialek said she did not want to end Cain's run for president.

Cain suspended his campaign Saturday after another woman claimed to have had a 13-year affair with him.