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A former aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo is accusing the embattled New York leader of sexually harassing her — including unwanted kissing and touching — and says his top female staffers “normalized” the behavior.

Lindsey Boylan, the former deputy secretary for economic development and special adviser to the governor, said Cuomo constantly sought her out and had staffers arrange meetings with her, where he made inappropriate comments.

The article goes on to state the following:

“Let’s play strip poker,” Boylan said Cuomo remarked on a flight from an event in October 2017, according to an essay she wrote on Medium published Wednesday.

In the essay, Boylan says Cuomo arranged for Boylan to meet him in his Albany office in December 2016. She recounts that she was hesitant to go, but agreed to the meeting. He gave a tour of the office in which he “smirked” while showing her a display of cigars that former President Bill Clinton gave him.

Boylan believes this was Cuomo’s way of reminding her of the Monica Lewinsky affair Clinton had during his presidency.

Boylan said that others knew about Cuomo’s conduct, which she said “was all so normalized — particularly by Melissa DeRosa and other top women around him — that only now do I realize how insidious his abuse was.”

The following is an excerpt from Boylan’s essay:

His inappropriate gestures became more frequent. He gave roses to female staffers on Valentine’s Day and arranged to have one delivered to me, the only one on my floor. A signed photograph of the Governor appeared in my closed-door office while I was out. These were not-so-subtle reminders of the Governor exploiting the power dynamic with the women around him.

In 2018, I was promoted to Deputy Secretary for Economic Development and Special Advisor to the Governor. I initially turned the job down — not because I didn’t want the responsibility or work but because I didn’t want to be near him. I finally accepted the position at the Governor’s insistence with one requirement — I would keep my old agency office and remain on a separate floor from him and his inner circle.

And in another excerpt, she writes:

I tried to excuse his behavior. I told myself “it’s only words.” But that changed after a one-on-one briefing with the Governor to update him on economic and infrastructure projects. We were in his New York City office on Third Avenue. As I got up to leave and walk toward an open door, he stepped in front of me and kissed me on the lips. I was in shock, but I kept walking.

CLICK HERE to read the full bombshell essay by Lindsey Boylan, who said she resigned in September 2018, due to the harassment, and the hostility she received after she started rejecting the advances and speaking up for herself.

“Today I am telling my story. I never planned to share the details of my experience working in the Cuomo administration, but I am doing so now in hopes that it may make it easier for others to speak their own truth. https://t.co/n1Lcc6Ac66,” Boylan tweeted Wednesday, as she dropped the bombshell essay.

“I just got a no caller id call. Because I worked for @NYGovCuomo this gives me PTSD every time. That’s how he would call to verbally abuse me or be a total creep. I’m one of many who must have this reaction every time,” Boylan wrote in another tweet.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. I believe her. I’ve been in situations like this and eventually found other jobs that didn’t require being assaulted on a daily basis.

  2. I have a problem with them not speaking up right away. I can’t stand Cuomo, but like the ones accusing trump, why didn’t you speak up when it happened.

  3. As someone who has been sexually assaulted, I did not come forward right away either. Not even to my own mom. Now I am not saying there aren’t women who lie and make things like this up. However, most victims don’t speak up until later if ever at all. The emotional and mental damage that is done is something that makes it very hard to tell others. You also don’t know if the predator is threatening or harassing to keep them quiet. Some survivors are extremely brave to come forward because there is always some type of repercussions for coming forward.

  4. Even if this is true my $$ says absolutely nothing will happen. Spineless Republicans will glance in the rear view mirror and keep on driving. The “bombshell” is thrown around as much as racist and it’s pretty much lost it’s true meaning

    • You are absolutely correct……that piece of garbage is a socialist commie so nothing will happen, he will just keep being the pig he is

  5. Men in powerful jobs who sexually assault women in their employ also use that power to threaten these women to keep silent and many victims are not only traumatized by the assault but fearful to come forward so most never do.Cuomo has the means to cover up his crimes with the help of others in high positions.

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