New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo accuses woman of sexual harassment for the Third time in a row. The New York Times published a report on March 1.
A 33-year-old woman named Anna Ruch accuses sexual harassment against Governor Andrew Cuomo. There she said Cuomo touched her indecently at a wedding and wanted to kiss her, the report said.
Anna Ruch alleged that Andrew Cuomo met her at a wedding in New York in September 2019. At one point there, Cuomo touched his body indecently. At this time Anna removed Cuomo’s hand.
Later, Cuomo puts his hand over Ender’s face again and asks permission to kiss her. Anna has also published a picture taken on her mobile phone.
The matter became very embarrassing for Anna Ratch. In an interview, he said the issue was supposed to be embarrassing for Governor Cuomo as well.
A day earlier, Charlotte Bennett, 25, had filed a sexual harassment complaint against Cuomo. He served as the state government’s health policy adviser until last November. He worked with Governor Andrew Cuomo at the beginning of the Covid-19 epidemic.
Bennett complained to the New York Times on February 26 that the governor had found him alone in the office and asked him if he had ever had an affair with an older man.
The governor also talked about his sex life. Is Bennett monogamous? That is, do you have sex with only one man? He also asked such a question. Cuomo also asked her if she had ever had sex with an older man, Bennett said in her complaint.
Andrew Cuomo denied the allegations in a statement after Charlotte Bennett complained that Bennett was a hard worker. He has done important work in dealing with Covid-19. He has the right to speak on any matter.
He said he never behaved indecently with Bennett. Cuomo has announced that he will investigate the allegations against himself. The governor urged New Yorkers to wait until the investigation is completed.
Earlier, Lindsay Boylan, another state activist, made similar allegations against Governor Andrew Cuomo. He alleged that Cuomo wanted to kiss him against his will. Governor Cuomo denied the allegations.
After Charlotte Bennett complained, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said in a second statement in the face of the cannon that he had not touched anyone indecently. But if he says something unintentionally, he is sincerely sorry for any misunderstanding.
In a statement issued on the afternoon of February 28, Governor Cuomo said that he used to say a lot of jokes and jokes at work. However, he did nothing to annoy or harass anyone.
Governor Cuomo admits he has a lot of room for misunderstanding. He did not say these things unintentionally to hurt anyone. He sincerely apologized for all this in the statement.