Kimberly Vay is providing her take on the explosive accusations concerning an alleged affair between Herman Cain and Ginger White. Vay says she was a friend and business partner of White for more than a year until their relationship went south.
CBS Atlanta reporter Bernard Watson talked to Vay and asked her questions about her relationship with White.
Watson:"During that time did she ever mention Mr. Cain?"
Vay: "No. Never."
Watson:"Is that something that would have come up in your relationship?
Way: "We talked about personal situations; we talked about personal interactions with people. I was surprised to hear it because I thought it would have been something that would have come up."
Watson: "She says Mr. Cain was giving her money and flying her to locations. She never mentioned any of this to you?"
Vay sued White for libel after a business deal went bad. She says White sent an email out to former clients that falsely described her as depressed, a racist and a drug user.
Watson: "Are any of those accusations true?"
Vay: "No. She wrote a retraction letter admitting that she made up all those statements out of frustration and anger."
Val said her interaction with White makes her question everything White says.
Watson: "Do you think Mrs. White is lying about her interaction with Mr. Cain?"
Val: "I cannot say one way or another on that. If I were to have contact with her I don't know how credible she'd be in my personal life."
White has declined to be interview by CBS Atlanta News.
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