SIXTH WOMAN Accuses Sexual Predator CUOMO 🐖 of Sexual Harassment & Abuse
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SIXTH woman accuses Cuomo of sexual harassment: Female aide claimed NY governor touched her inappropriately in his executive mansion last year when she had been summoned for work
- The female aide claimed Gov Cuomo touched her inappropriately during an encounter at his executive mansion last year when she was summoned for work
- The staffer has not been named and no other details of the alleged incident were immediately available
- The complaint was reportedly made by other staffers in the Executive Chamber
- His office was made aware of the allegation over the weekend and reported it to the attorney general’s office, which is leading the investigation
- When he first publicly addressed allegations made against him last week, Cuomo denied ever touching anyone inappropriately
By Emily Crane For Dailymail.com 9 March 2021 |
A sixth woman has now accused New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment.
The female aide claimed Cuomo touched her inappropriately during an encounter at his executive mansion last year when she had been summoned for work, the Times Union reports.
The staffer has not been named and no other details of the alleged incident were immediately available.
The complaint was reportedly made by other staffers in the Executive Chamber.
The female aide claimed New York Gov Andrew Cuomo touched her inappropriately during an encounter at his executive mansion last year when she had been summoned for work
The complaint was reportedly made by other staffers in the Executive Chamber. The staffer has claimed Cuomo touched her inappropriately at his executive mansion in Albany last year.
His office was made aware of the allegation over the weekend and reported it to the attorney general’s office, which is charge of the probe into the allegations made by five other women.
‘All allegations that we learn of directly or indirectly are going promptly to the investigators appointed by the attorney general,’ Cuomo’s acting counsel Beth Garvey said following the sixth allegation.
When he first publicly addressed allegations made against him last week, Cuomo denied ever touching anyone inappropriately.
‘I want you to know this from me directly, I never touched anyone inappropriately,’ he said during a press briefing.
The latest allegation against Cuomo brings the total to six accusers.
Two more former aides came forward over the weekend to accuse the Democrat of sexual misconduct.
Ana Liss, 35, told The Wall Street Journal that when she worked as a policy aide to the governor between 2013 and 2015, Cuomo called her ‘sweetheart,’ once kissed her hand and asked personal questions, including whether she had a boyfriend.
She said he sometimes greeted her with a hug and a kiss on both cheeks.
Liss said she initially thought of Cuomo’s behavior as harmless, but it grew to bother her. She felt it was patronizing.
‘It’s not appropriate, really, in any setting,’ she said. ‘I wish that he took me seriously.’
Charlotte Bennett, 25, worked as an aide for Cuomo. She claims he sexually harassed her and left her ‘terrified’
Anna Ruch (above) alleges that Cuomo put his hands on her face and asked if he could kiss her just moments after they met at a September 2019 wedding in Manhattan
Lindsey Boylan, 36, claims Cuomo commented on her appearance inappropriately, kissed her without her consent and went out of his way to touch her on her lower back, arms and legs
Anna Ruch, 33, (left) claimed Cuomo behaved inappropriately at a Manhattan wedding in September 2019. Lindsey Boylan, 36, (right) claims Cuomo commented on her appearance inappropriately, kissed her without her consent and went out of his way to touch her on her lower back, arms and leg
Karen Hinton, 62, spoke to the Washington Post on Saturday about about an incident in which Cuomo allegedly summoned her to his ‘dimly lit’ hotel room and embraced her after a work event in 2000.
Hinton said that she tried to pull away from Cuomo but that he allegedly pulled her back and held her before she backed away and escaped the room.
The governor’s office quickly denied that the incident in the hotel room ever took place.
Peter Ajemian, Cuomo’s director of communications, told the Post that Hinton is a ‘known antagonist of the Governor’s who is attempting to take advantage of this moment to score cheap points with made up allegations from 21 years ago’.
‘All women have the right to come forward and tell their story – however, it’s also the responsibility of the press to consider self-motivation. This is reckless.’
Cuomo’s workplace conduct has been under intense scrutiny in recent days as several women have publicly told of feeling sexually harassed, or at least made to feel demeaned and uncomfortable by the Democrat.
Former adviser Lindsey Boylan, 36, said he made inappropriate comments on her appearance, once kissed her on the lips at the end of a meeting and suggested a game of strip poker as they sat with other aides on a jet flight.
Another former aide, Charlotte Bennett, 25, said Cuomo asked if she ever had sex with older men and made other comments she interpreted as gauging her interest in an affair.
Anna Ruch, 33, who did not work for the state, described Cuomo putting his hands on her face and asking if he could kiss her after they met at a wedding.
In a news conference last week, Cuomo denied ever touching anyone inappropriately but apologized for behaving in a way that he now realized had upset women he worked with.
He said he’d made jokes and asked personal questions in an attempt to be playful and frequently greeted people with hugs and kisses, as his father, Mario Cuomo, had done when he was governor.
‘I understand sensitivities have changed. Behavior has changed,’ Cuomo said. ‘I get it and I’m going to learn from it.’
The state’s attorney general has hired an outside law firm to investigate the sexual harassment allegations.
She has appointed Joon Kim, who was the acting U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York for parts of 2017 and 2018, and employment lawyer Anne Clark to conduct the probe.
Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller