Sixth woman after the Peace Peace Nobel Prize winner and former President of Costa Rican Oscar Arias out of sexual assault, the Associated Press reported Wednesday.
Carina Black, executive director of the North Nevada International Center at the University of Nevada in Reno, informed the AP that Arias broke her against a wall in an elevator in 1998 and tried to kiss her.
Black said she "smacked him against it and pushed it out."
The alleged assault came after a day spent by Arias to go around the University for oral meetings and events, she told the AP.  The AP reported that at least a few women have accused Arias of sexual misconduct.
Arias met with Steps with prosecutors to make statements in relation to criminal complaints against him with lenses at sexual assault, the AP reported.
Arias said Wednesday that his solicitor had been advised not to mention the press.