Fox News contributor and self-described sex addict Dick Morris says he's looking forward to seeing a "spread in Playboy" featuring the fourth woman to accuse Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain of sexual harassment.
Morris told Fox News host Sean Hannity that Sharon Bialek was just looking to make money when she came forward on Monday to explain that Cain had "reached for my genitals" and "grabbed my head and brought it towards his crotch."
"Gloria Allred is in search of headlines and this woman is in search of money," Morris opined. "This woman has been unemployed for 13 years and this is apparently pay day. She's not accusing him of harassment, she accusing him of assault. He should go to jail if he did that."
"Certainly if it was true, it would be inappropriate," Hannity admitted.
"I look forward to her spread in Playboy," Morris declared while chuckling.
"Do you think this is really about money?" Hannity asked.
"Yeah, sure it is," Morris explained. "She's been unemployed for 13 years. She's been sued a million times. Of course, it's about money. ... I mean, come on. Anybody who knows Herman Cain, anybody who knows anything about Herman Cain, knows that this is not the kind of conduct -- his religious convictions, his persona, his style. And also, if he was to do this, do you think the other women would be accusing him of inappropriate jokes or of inappropriate gestures? If his M.O. is he damn near raped somebody, they would say that."
"Yeah, rape is a harsh term," Hannity noted. "I didn't take that out of what she said. I think that he made very inappropriate advances."
"I don't think he did," Morris disagreed. "The only advance she wants is a cash advance."
And Morris has some experience with cash advances.
While working for then-President Bill Clinton in 1996, Morris was accused of having a "toe-sucking relationship" with prostitute Sherry Rowlands.
Morris agreed to leave Clinton's campaign and later described himself as a sex addict, according to The Washington Post.
As Media Matters noted Tuesday, Morris has actually profited from his relationship with Cain, something Hannity never bothered to disclose.
(H/T: Media Matters)