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One of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s (D) accusers spoke out for the first time this week about her encounters with the governor, including an alleged groping incident.
The unnamed woman spoke at length with the Times Union about her allegation that Cuomo, 63, groped her at the governor’s mansion after he asked for help with some phone issues.
The article goes on to state the following:
“I remember exactly what I was wearing,” the woman said. “I remember him slamming (the door) so hard that I remember thinking to myself that I’m sure the staff is, like, ‘Is everything OK up there?’ He came right back and he pulled me close and all I remember is seeing his hand, his big hand. I remember looking down like, ‘Holy s—.'”
The former female aid said Cuomo put his hand under her blouse and grabbed her breast over her bra.
“And that wasn’t just a hug,” she told the outlet. “He went for it and I kind of like was, ‘Oh, the door is right there.’ … I was mortified that a woman who works here is going to come in and see. … I was terrified of that happening, because that’s not who I am and that’s not what I’m here for.”
The woman added that Cuomo frequently gave her tight hugs and kisses on the cheek since joining the team in 2017.
“It was never in front of anybody,” she said. “He made sure that it was either at the mansion or, if it was at the Capitol, that no one was around.”
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— The Hill (@thehill) April 7, 2021
Allegations against Cuomo: Alleged victim describes groping incident, says ‘sexually aggressive’ behavior increased overtime https://t.co/AAehGJh3vX
— Janice Dean (@JaniceDean) April 7, 2021
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