A former aide who filed a criminal grievance against New York Governor Andrew Cuomo last week alleging that he had groped her, appeared in a TV interview on Monday, speaking out publicly for the first time.
Brittany Commisso stated Cuomo to the Albany County sheriff’s office last week, days after an investigation by the National Lawyer Standard’s office found she was among 11 women whom the governor had allegedly sexually burdened.
Commisso, who was diagnosed only as “govt assistant # 1” in the report, informed CBS News: “The governor desires to be held responsible… What he did to me became against the law. He broke the law. “
Commisso told investigators that Cuomo had fondled her breast in the executive mansion in Albany, the capital of the New York nation, last November.
The state legislature has been carrying out its own inquiry into his movements and could decide to question him.
The big apple state assembly’s Judiciary Committee has scheduled a meeting to deal with impeachment complaints on Monday at 9:30 a.m. EDT (1330 GMT).
On Sunday, a pinnacle aide to Cuomo resigned in the wake of the said allegations.
A lawyer for the governor, Ruth Glavin, told newshounds on Friday that Commisso’s account had become false, bringing up emails and different records that she said confirmed that Commisso was not alone with Cuomo on the day in question and by no means showed any indication that something was amiss.
Craig Apple, the Albany County sheriff, stated on Saturday that the allegations if substantiated may lead to criminal fees. He said his office and that of the Albany district lawyer would oversee radical research.
In the interview, Commisso additionally described how Cuomo’s advances grew bolder over time and explained that she became afraid to come back forward due to his energy.
“People don’t recognize him-it’s the governor of the kingdom of New York. He is an expert fighter, “she stated. “It hasn’t been smooth.”
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