Days after we learned that one of two women who accused Herman Cain of sexually harrassing them received $35,000 in severance fees, Politico's Jonathan Martin now reports that the other accuser received $45,000. Cain had previously said that this woman received "maybe three months pay" in a settlement against him, but as we know, Cain's memory has proven pretty limited on this matter. The Atlantic Wire's Elspeth Reeve provided a good summary this week of everything else we know of the woman. (At least what we know from Cain's point of view. Both women are still bound by a non-disclosure agreement.)
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