Cuomo DID Employee Sexually Harassed, NY Attorney General Finds: Governor Guilty of “Unsolicited Fumbling, Sexualized Comment, Hugging, And Promoting A Toxic Workplace For Young Women”
- New York attorney general Letitia James released her report on Tuesday
- It turns out that Cuomo sexually molested several women who worked for him
- It is also alleged that he sexually molested a state police officer and other state employees
- Cuomo has always denied the allegations; It is unclear whether he will be charged now
Governor Andrew Cuomo
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has sexually molested women who worked for him, the New York attorney general found after a five-month investigation.
According to a report by AG Letitia James released on Tuesday, Cuomo harassed “young women” who worked for him with “unwanted buttons, sexualized comments and hugs”.
The investigation also found that it promoted a “toxic work environment”.
Investigators say he touched the chest of an executive assistant, one of several times he allegedly touched her “intimately” without her consent.
The 168-page report was released on Tuesday, but it is unclear whether the governor is now being prosecuted.
The governor, who has always denied the allegations, has yet to react to the findings of the report.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has sexually molested women who worked for him, the New York attorney general found after a five-month investigation
Among the allegations that are reported to be true are that he sexually molested a state trooper by running his “finger from her neck over her spine” while sharing an elevator and saying, “Hey you.”
He is also said to have rubbed the belly of a government employee, ran his finger over the chest of another woman, and participated in a “common pattern” of exposing women to “unwanted hugs”.
The report concludes: “The governor has sexually harassed a number of government employees through unwelcome and unwanted touch and numerous abusive and sexually suggestive comments.
“We find that such behavior was part of a pattern of behavior that extended to his interactions with others outside the state government.”
Non-consensual touches, repeated comments of a sexualized, gender-specific nature.