New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, accused of sexual harassment, resigns

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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, who has been charged with sexual misconduct, has announced he will resign.


Lindsey Boylan, a former adviser to Governor Cuomo, claimed in an article published on the “Medium” website on February 24 that Cuomo had mishandled him in his office in 2018.

In a statement to the New York Times on February 27, Charlotte Bennett, 25, one of Cuomo’s former advisers, also claimed that the 63-year-old governor asked her sexual questions.

Photographer Anna Ruch, 33, told the New York Times on March 2 that Cuomo “treated her in a way that surprised and embarrassed her” at a wedding in September 2019.

The governor, who appeared on camera after New York Attorney General Letitia James announced on August 3 that they had found Cuomo harassed more than one woman following a 4-month investigation , claimed that the harassment report against her did not reflect the truth.


U.S. President Joe Biden has voiced the view that Cuomo is expected to step down on August 4, while U.S. Senate Majority Leader Democrat Chuck Schumer and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi have made similar calls.

On August 5, New York State gave Governor Cuomo time to present additional evidence against the charges against him.

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