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The eighth accuser is reportedly coming, current aide Alyssa McGrath, as Lindsey Boylan provides new insights in an interview with New Yorker Magazine – CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork)Governor Andrew Cuomo are facing accusations from an eighth woman.

New York Times reported Alyssa McGrath, 33, who is currently an assistant to the governor, accused Cuomo of stealing her body, commented on her looks and made suggestive comments to her and an aide other operator.

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In one particular incident, McGrath explained, “I looked up to see what was going on. And he blatantly despised my shirt.

McGrath, the first incumbent employee to speak publicly about allegations of sexual harassment, is a close friend of another woman who accused the governor of groping her breasts in the executive mansion.

“She froze when he started doing it to her,” McGrath said of the unidentified woman.

She also claimed that a colleague told her that the governor had asked her not to talk about the alleged incident, knowing that the two women “regularly talked and texted about their relationships with him. Cuomo. “

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Meanwhile, as CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer reports, Lindsey Boylan, the governor’s first and most persistent accuser, is making new and complete accusations about crank sex.

Now in one Open interview with New Yorkers JournalShe talks about a troubled encounter with the governor and his dog, Captain.

According to the magazine:

As the dog jumped up and down near her, Boylan said, she reached out to reassure him, and then stepped back. She said, Cuomo joked that if he were a dog, he would also try to “bond” with her. Boylan said she didn’t respond. “I remember being totaled but also like, say a dumb thing in third grade.” She added, “I just shrugged it.”

Boylan, who told his story to investigators Attorney General Letitia James, released new information on the governor’s antagonism to the governor’s longtime “arch enemy” Major Bill de Blasio. During a pool party at the executive mansion, she saw a dart board with de Blasio’s picture on it, she announced.

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“I can’t believe how shameless it is,” she said.

The mayor is back.

“The first thing I thought, you know, we know that Governor Cuomo, like Donald Trump, was obsessed with the size of his hand, so I thought, with those big hands, doing How could he hold those tiny, tiny hands. darts? “said de Blasio.

The mayor says that Cuomo is in a minor age and commits the brother family comedic crime.

In the first day of this month, The governor settled the Boylan accusations from kissing.

“I want you to know directly from me that I never inappropriately touch anyone,” says Cuomo.

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The New Yorkers Also reported that after Boylan went public with a series of tweets last December, a group of current and former employees entered damage control mode in retaliation. According to the magazine, the group included the secretary of the governor Melissa DeRosa, Rich Azzopardi, the governor’s spokesman and Stephen Cohen, the former governor’s secretary. The plan they hatched was to leak Boylan personnel files, including accusations of bullying her colleagues. Some of them are women of color.

The Wall Street Journal said that Cuomo’s whistleblowers lawyers were told James’s sexual harassment investigation would also check if top aides took steps to intimidate whistleblowers, whether they were activating the governor’s behavior and how they handle complaints about sexual harassment.

Debra Katz, Charlotte Bennet’s attorney, told CBS2:

As we said before, it is imperative that this investigation not only focus on Governor Cuomo’s actions, but also on the culture of fear, abuse and secrecy that he and his senior staff most of her have nurtured. Therefore, we fully believe in the investigation and the investigators.

Bennett, Boyland and Ana Liss all spoke to investigators.

At an event in Yonkers, the attorney general declined to comment on how many people came to her office to talk about the governor.

“Unfortunately I can’t give you a number,” James said.

Meanwhile, CBS2 has gathered more evidence on how the governor deals with the enemy.

It takes place in the fall of 2018 after Cuomo defeated Cynthia Nixon in the Democratic primary election.

Nixon was supported by the Labor Family Party. A party leader told Cuomo that he would support him in the general election because he was “better than a Republican”.

The sound obtained by CBS2 shows that Cuomo doesn’t like that comment a bit.

“If you say ‘he’s better than a Republican’, then I would say ‘you’re better than a child rapist.’ What about that? Cuomo could be heard saying that.

Team Cuomo said that the governor had no recollection of that conversation.

“This three-year conversation happened after a very controversial political campaign where everything was blamed from all sides. He doesn’t remember what happened, “Spokesperson Rich Azzopardi said, adding that it was an exaggeration” to illustrate the insulting nature of the WFP’s proper naming. “

Cuomo didn’t have any public events on Fridays and his office did not respond to a request for comment.

Compiling the governor’s affairs, the Wall Street Journal said a federal investigation into nursing home government operations is now looking at legislation originating in the governor’s office to protect doctors, Nurses, hospitals and nursing homes from pandemic-related criminal charges and claims.

Cuomo has asked New Yorkers to wait for the results of the investigation before making any conclusions.

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Aundrea Cline-Thomas of CBS2 contributed to this report.



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