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A woman who accused Donald Trump of inappropriate sexual conduct will file a lawsuit today, attorney says AP Photo/Kita Wright
Attorney Gloria Allred introduces Victor Jay Zuckerman, left, the former boyfriend of Allred's client, Sharon Bialek, during a news conference in Shreveport, La., Monday, Nov. 14, 2011. Zuckerman said Monday that he and Bialek met Herman Cain in the late 1990s, directly contradicting Cain's assertions that he had never met Bialek, who has accused the Republican presidential contender of inappropriate sexual behavior. (AP Photo/Kita Wright)

Gloria Allred, a high-profile, Los Angeles-based, self-proclaimed feminist attorney, will hold a press conference on Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. PST in order for a woman who has accused President-elect Donald Trump of inappropriate sexual conduct to come forward and file a lawsuit against him.

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Shortly before Election Day, several women publicly accused Trump of inappropriate sexual conduct that occurred over the past few decades, with most coming forward after an audio tape of the President-elect seemingly joking about sexual assault was released. Trump has maintained that all of the allegations are false, even threatening to file his own lawsuits against some of his accusers.

According to a statement shared online by Business Insider’s Allan Smith, one of the accusers will hold a news conference “with her attorney Gloria Allred to announce the filing of a lawsuit today against President Elect Trump.”

While it’s not clear which accuser will file the lawsuit, Allred has stated in the past that she represents at least three of Trump’s accusers, including former “The Apprentice” contestant Summer Zervos, adult film performer Jessica Drake, and former Miss USA contestant Temple Taggart.

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