New York Governor, Who Was Accused of Sexual Harassment by 11 Women, Now Resigns
New York Governor, who was previously involved in sexual harassment, will leave the office in 14 days. This news the politician announced during Tuesday’s press conference. Andrew Cuomo still denies his guilt concerning the accusations of several women. A week ago, he sharply refused to leave voluntarily, despite calls from party colleagues and President Biden.
Last year, 11 women, including one of Cuomo's employees, accused the 63-year-old governor of harassment. According to them, the governor kissed them, put them on his knees, and grabbed them by the chest. One of the accusers was a police officer and the other his assistant who the governor offered to get a tattoo on the intimate parts of the body.
All these details were confirmed during the investigation, the results of which became known a week ago. The authorities concluded that the Governor of New York harassed women and as a result broke federal and state laws. According to witnesses, daily flirting, physical intimacy and inappropriate comments from the governor were in the order of things. The investigators questioned about 200 witnesses and Cuomo himself, who denies all charges. At the same time, he himself gave the order to conduct an investigation in March this year.
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