Lawyer Gloria Allred announced she will introduce a great-grandmother at a news conference this afternoon who claims she was a ``victim of continuous inappropriate sexual advances'' from the mayor while she worked at the Senior Citizens Service Desk in the lobby of the City Administration Building.
The woman would become the third municipal employee to accuse Filner of harassment.
Earlier, attorney Kathryn Vaughn became the 15th alleged victim overall to step forward by telling CBS8 she encountered Filner, then a congressman, at a public event about 10 years ago.
``He made an inappropriate movement on my body, yes,'' Vaughn said when asked if she was groped. She said she ``let it go, and moved on'' instead of reporting the incident.
Vaughn said she will lead a rally and march demanding Filner's resignation as mayor on Sunday at The event coincides with the first day that organizers of a recall campaign can collect signature petitions.
One of the other city employees to step forward, ex-mayoral Communications Director Irene McCormack Jackson, hired Allred and has sued Filner and the city. Another said she filed two complaints.
Other victims include a retired admiral, a dean at
The San Diego Sheriff's Department, which is conducting a criminal investigation, operates a hotline for women to report sexual harassment by Filner. The number is (619) 481-0220.