NEW YORK (WFRV) - A law student who says a Wisconsin prosecutor sent her racy text messages will appear on CBS' The Early Show this morning. Maria Ruskiewicz, an Appleton native and Oklahoma City University of Law student, claims she also received racy and harassing text messages from Calumet County District Attorney Ken Kratz. Ruskiewicz met with Kratz in the summer of 2008 when she was seeking advice on how to get a drug conviction pardoned. She says during her interactions with Kratz, he asked inappropriate questions, then, when Ruskiewicz sent Kratz a text message to establish him as a professional contact, she received sexually charged messages in return. "This wasn't just, oh you've got a nice skirt, or i like your hair color today, it was different, he had his hand in my future, he had his hand in the success of my going to law school, and the success of being able to apply as a non felon in the future." Ruskiewicz said. Ruskiewicz says the text messages ended after she stopped responding on the advice of professors at her law school. Kratz's lawyer says he doesn't know anything about the case. Those allegations come one day after a second woman came forward saying she too witnessed inappropriate behavior with Kratz. In a letter to Governor Doyle the woman says, while on a date, Kratz openly spoke about a murder investigation. He also allegedly invited her to an autopsy, provided she act as his girlfriend and wear high heels and a skirt. Today, Kratz's lawyer called the woman's claims "Completely bogus."He says Kratz did go on a date with the woman in January and did get a call about an autopsy at dinner, but denies the autopsy invitation. The Early Show on CBS airs from 7 a.m to 9 a.m. weekdays on Channel Five.