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GLENVIEW, Ill. — An Illinois woman who claims Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain groped her when she went to him for help finding a job has been served with eviction papers.

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Cook County Sheriff’s spokesman Frank Bilecki says deputies on Tuesday served the papers on Sharon Bialek’s 13-year-old son because the woman wasn’t at home.

Bilecki says Illinois law allows minors who live in the home to sign for a summons. It requires Bialek, who couldn’t be reached for comment, to appear in court.

Bilecki says the owner of Bialek’s townhome in the Chicago suburb of Glenview began the eviction process after she failed to pay $7,500 in back rent.

Bialek stood with high-profile lawyer Gloria Allred while accusing Cain of trying to force himself on her. Cain denies the allegation.