Attorney General Expected to Release Findings of Probe Into Cuomo Harassment Allegations
New York Attorney General Letitia James and the team of attorneys selected to investigate allegations of sexual harassment made against Gov. Andrew Cuomo have completed their investigation and released a public report of their findings.
The attorney general’s report, which is being made available to the public for the first time, found that the harassment claimed by a number of the governor’s accusers is in violation of state and federal law.
The 165-page report on the investigation is expected to be a withering narrative into the inner-workings of the governor’s office which started with his harassment of multiple women, an effort in at least one instance to retaliate against one of those women, and will detail what is described as a toxic work environment in and around the governor’s chambers.
Allegations of sexual harassment by the governor were made public in February by former Cuomo aides Lindsey Boylan and Charlotte Bennette, weeks after Attorney General James released a scathing report saying the state may have undercounted COVID-related nursing home deaths by thousands.