NEW YORK – The state Attorney General probe into New York Governor Andrew Cuomo was released Tuesday, concluding the governor sexually harassed several women.
The independent investigators, Joon H. Kim and Anne L. Clark, were appointed by New York Attorney General Letitia James earlier this year.
The two, James says, found that Cuomo did sexually harass multiple women — including former and current state employees — by engaging in unwanted groping, kissing, and hugging, and making inappropriate comments.
Furthermore, she says the governor and his senior staff took actions to retaliate against at least one former employee for coming forward with her story.
Finally, the Executive Chamber, James says, fostered a “toxic” workplace that enabled “harassment to occur and created a hostile work environment.”