The sixth woman has accused the Nobel Peace Prize laureate and former Costa Rican President Oscar Arias of sexual abuse, the Associated Press reported on Wednesday
Carina Black, Executive Director of the North Nevada International Center. The University of Nevada Reno told AP that Arias was in 1998. He hung on the lift wall and tried to kiss her.
Black added that she "smacked her into the face and slid it."
The supposed attack came after Black spent the day with Ariasa on the university for meetings and speaking, AP said  AP reported that at least six women now accused Arias of sexual misconduct.
Arias also met with prosecutors on Wednesday to make statements about criminal complaints related to sexual violence, AP said
Arias told reporters on Wednesday that his lawyer advised him not to report to the press.