New York Attorney General Latitia James just-released report on Governor Andrew Cuomo’s sexual harassment scandal A.G. James concluded that the allegations of sexual misconduct made against Gov. Cuomo constitute sexual harassment in the workplace, a violation of state and federal law.
“Governor Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed multiple women and in doing so violated federal and state law,” A.G. James said.
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This report also found that Governor Cuomo retaliated against women who complained about his behavior and complaints about a “toxic work environment.”
“The independent investigation has concluded that Gov Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed multiple women,” James said on Tuesday. Cuomo, the AG added, “engaged in unwanted and inappropriate groping, kissing, hugging, and comments that accusers called ‘deeply humiliating, uncomfortable, offensive, or inappropriate.”
The probe includes interviews with 179 women who directly or indirectly worked or came in contact with the governor between 2013 and 2020 and around 70,000 pieces of evidence. The investigation painted a “deeply disturbing yet clear picture” A.G. James Added
At a press conference today, A.G. James concluded that Governor Cuomo “violated federal and state law” and engaged in “conduct that corrodes the very fabric and character of our state government and shines lights on the injustice that can be present at the highest levels of government.”
The legal actions moving forward against the Governor are unknown so far. But the investigation confirms that he has violated the law. A majority of New York lawmakers at the state and federal level, from both sides, have asked Governor Cuomo to resign from his office.
As of releasing this article, neither the Governor nor his office has responded to this report.
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