Cuomo accuser rejects his public apology in TV interview

New York governor Andrew Cuomo accuser rejects his public apology in TV interview

New York governor Andrew Cuomo accuser rejects his public apology in TV interview

Now the latest on the controversy surrounding New York Governor Cuomo and the sexual harassment allegations against him.

"I always thought that if I was ever going to tell my story, it was going to be many, many years from now", Boylan said.

Ortt said the new arrangement would keep in place every Cuomo order and directive for 30 days, after which the governor could modify or reissue them for another 30 days, "just like he can now". I have seen sufficient evidence to conclude that, beyond a reasonable doubt, the Governor's behavior represents a pattern of abuse that deems him unfit for office.

O'Donnell said that Bennett "says Gov. Cuomo is, in her words, a textbook abuser" and "even uses words like that she was groomed for this relationship". O'Donnell asked Bennett.

"Do you believe he was propositioning you?"

Bennett said she did hear the governor's remarks.

"He asked if I had trouble enjoying being with someone because of my trauma", Bennett added, explaining that she had previously told the governor that she had a history of sexual assault.

"So he goes, 'You were raped".

Additionally, Cuomo said non-residential social gatherings of up to 100 people can happen indoors, while outdoor events can hold up to 200 people.

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Cuomo also brought the subject up again on June 5, Bennett said. "The governor asked me if I was sensitive to intimacy in his office ... during the workday".

"Yes. During the workday", Bennett said.

She has said she was so upset about the encounter that she reported it to Mr.

Bennett rejected the notion that she "misinterpreted" what Cuomo was saying to her, saying that "I understood him loud and clear".

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"It's not an issue of my feelings, it's an issue of his actions", Bennett said in the interview. "The governor's trying to sleep with me, '" Bennett said. Ms. Bennett received the transfer she requested to a position in which she had expressed a long-standing interest, and was thoroughly debriefed on the facts which did not include a claim of physical contact or inappropriate sexual conduct. We are confident that they made him aware of her complaint and we fully expect that the Attorney General's investigation will demonstrate that Cuomo administration officials failed to act on Ms. Bennett's serious allegations or to ensure that corrective measures were taken, in violation of their legal requirements.

In a statement released after Cuomo's apology on Wednesday in which he did not mention Bennett by name, Debra Katz, an attorney for Bennett, said the news conference was "full of falsehoods and inaccurate information" and rejected Cuomo's claim that he didn't know he was making anyone uncomfortable.

"Get the facts please before forming an opinion and the attorney general is doing that review".

"You can go find hundreds of pictures of me kissing people, men, women".

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