“The New York state investigation into whether Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) sexually harassed multiple women is also looking at whether his top officials enabled the behavior, how the administration handled the complaints, and whether it took steps to intimidate his accusers,” the Wall Street Journal reports.
“As part of the probe being overseen by state Attorney General Letitia James, investigators have in recent days interviewed at least three former aides to the governor, Charlotte Bennett, Lindsey Boylan and Ana Liss. The women have accused Mr. Cuomo of either sexual harassment or inappropriate behavior while they worked for the state.”
“They and their representatives said that in the interviews, investigators asked about Mr. Cuomo’s behavior, how complaints were handled and about subsequent actions by senior aides in the governor’s administration which some of the women say they saw as retaliation.”Save to Favorites