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Lopez said that over the course of the evening, she had several alcoholic beverages, but said she recalled the incident in the bathroom with clarity.

Dababneh said he did not go to the bathroom in the loft.

She said she decided to name him after Assembly Rules Committee Chairman Ken Cooley urged women who have been sexually harassed within the California Capitol community to seek redress through the Legislature, promising to put victims and their safety first.“He promised a process that will be neutral and unbiased and not rigged to protect powerful men and powerful lawmakers in our community,” she said at the news conference.

“In doing this I am choosing to have hope that that process will work and I am putting this in the hands of the lawmakers who have told me that they will act to protect me.”Now, she told The Times, the surge of other women going public with specific accusations of sexual harassment in the Capitol had prompted her to do the same.

Lopez, 35, first told her story of the encounter to the New York Times in October, but she declined to name the legislator.At an Assembly hearing Tuesday on harassment prevention, she said, “I am fearful of being retaliated against.”She has told the Los Angeles Times in a series of interviews she worried that naming the legislator would turn him into a scapegoat, distracting from the larger issues of a Capitol culture she believes does not sufficiently protect women.She also told The Times she wasn’t naming him because he holds a powerful position.Their interaction was no more than three or four sentences, Lopez said.An hour or two later, Lopez said she felt a large body following her into a single-use bathroom.

Lopez, 35, first told her story of the encounter to the New York Times in October, but she declined to name the legislator.At an Assembly hearing Tuesday on harassment prevention, she said, “I am fearful of being retaliated against.”She has told the Los Angeles Times in a series of interviews she worried that naming the legislator would turn him into a scapegoat, distracting from the larger issues of a Capitol culture she believes does not sufficiently protect women.She also told The Times she wasn’t naming him because he holds a powerful position.Their interaction was no more than three or four sentences, Lopez said.An hour or two later, Lopez said she felt a large body following her into a single-use bathroom.Lopez said she found herself briefly chatting with Dababneh, whom she had met before through mutual friends.