In a post on the website Medium, Cuomo’s former aide Lindsey Boylan claimed the governor sexually harassed her multiple times, including giving her an unwanted kiss after a one-on-one meeting.
Cuomo’s office has denied the allegations, saying they are “quite simply false.” On Sunday, the governor’s office announced that New York Attorney General James will select an independent investigator to review the claims.
New York Attorney General Letitia James will help select an independent investigator to conduct a review of the allegations of sexual harassment against Gov. Andrew Cuomo, the governor’s office announced on Sunday.
On February 24, Cuomo’s former aide Lindsey Boylan came forward with claims that the governor has sexually harassed her multiple times.
“The State legislature must immediately revoke the Governor’s emergency powers that overrule local control,” New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said in a statement. “In addition, two fully independent investigations must be held immediately into the deaths at nursing homes and the disturbing personal misconduct allegations.”