Cuomo told one of his accusers he wanted to ‘get drunk’ and take a woman ‘up into the mountains’

‘Executive Assistant One’

The report says Cuomo ‘Executive Assistant One’ repeatedly sexually harassed her when she worked for him by subjecting her to ‘intimate and intimate hugs’, ‘kiss on the cheeks and forehead’, ‘at least one kiss on the lips’ and ‘touch her ass’.

He reportedly called her and another assistant “mix moms” and repeatedly asked her if she would ever cheat on her husband.

In November 2020, he is said to have felt her breast at the Executive Mansion in Albany.

For over three months, Executive Assistant #1 kept this tangible incident to herself and planned to take it ‘into the grave’,4 but found herself getting emotional (in a way that was visible to her colleagues in the Executive Chamber) while watching the governor stated at a press conference on March 3, 2021 that he had never “touched anyone inappropriately”.

She then confided in some of her colleagues, who in turn reported her allegations to senior staff in the Executive Chamber, the report said.

State trooper #1

The report says Cuomo sexually harassed a state trooper named Trooper #1, whom he hired on his protective detail, bending the three-year experience requirement.

Once she was on his team, he reportedly “sexually harassed her a number of times” by “running his hand over her stomach from her belly button to her right hip as she held a door open for him at an event,” running his finger along her back” as they sat together in an elevator and said “hey you” and kissed her on the cheek.

He is also said to have asked her to help him find a girlfriend, saying he wanted someone who “loved pain,” and asked her why she wanted to get married, saying that “your sex drive is declining.”

Trooper #1 found these interactions with the governor not only offensive and uncomfortable, but also markedly different from the way the governor dealt with members of the PSU who were males, and she simultaneously relayed these incidents to colleagues, the report reads. .

Charlotte Bennett, 2020

Charlotte Bennett

Bennett worked briefly for Cuomo as an assistant.

AG Letitia James says her allegations that Cuomo has harassed her with a series of comments are being confirmed.

Among his alleged comments are questions about whether she would date older men, ask for her help finding a girlfriend, and apparently question her about a sexual assault she endured.

One of the other comments he made was that he wanted to ride into the mountains with women.

State Entity Employee #1

The unidentified employee said she attended an event with Cuomo in September 2019.

After a speech, Cuomo is said to have taken a picture with her. While the photo was being taken, he “grabbed her ass.”

“The employee was shocked and discussed it with a number of friends, family and colleagues,” the report said.

She “memorized the governor’s inappropriate touch at the same time,” but the report doesn’t say how.

State Entity Employee #2 – Doctor who gave Cuomo his COVID test on camera

One of the women whose allegations were confirmed was the doctor who conducted his COVID-19 test at one of his press conferences in March 2020.

She says that when he told her in front of the cameras ‘nice to see your doctor, you make that dress look good’, it was sexual harassment.

One of the women whose allegations were confirmed was the doctor who conducted his COVID-19 test at one of his press conferences in March 2020.

One of the women whose allegations were confirmed was the doctor who conducted his COVID-19 test at one of his press conferences in March 2020.

She says that when he told her in front of the cameras 'nice to see your doctor, you make that dress look good', it was sexual harassment.

She says that when he told her in front of the cameras ‘nice to see your doctor, you make that dress look good’, it was sexual harassment.

The researchers agreed. They also said that before the test, he asked her not to stroke it so hard that it “hit his brain.”

She replied that she would be “gentle but precise,” and he said, “I’ve heard that before,” which the doctor said “was implied sexually.”

Virginia Limmiatis

Virginia Liammiatis worked for National Grid and wore a t-shirt with the company’s name written on her chest when she said she met Cuomo.

He ran his “two fingers across her chest, pressing each of the letters and reading the name of the company as he went along.”

The report says he then “leaned forward, face close to her cheek, and said, ‘I’m going to say I see a spider on your shoulder’ before brushing the area between her shoulder and her breasts.”

‘Madam. Limmiatis came to the fore in this investigation after she heard the governor say at the March 3, 2021 press conference that he had never touched anyone inappropriately.

National Grid employee Virginia Limmiatis

Lindsey Boylan

National Grid employee Virginia Limmiatis (left) who said he touched her chest as he ran his hand over her t-shirt. Lindsey Boylan (right)

“As Mrs. Limmiatis testified to us, ‘He’s lying again.

“He touched me inappropriately. I am compelled to come forward to tell the truth… I did not know then how to report what he did to me and was weighed down with shame, but if I did not come forward now I would be complicit in his lie, and I will not do it.”’

Lindsey Boylan

Boylan says Cuomo made inappropriate comments to her while she was working as chief of staff to the CEO of the Empire State Development Corporation, including that he found her attractive and that he wanted to play strip poker.

She also says he physically touched her on various parts of her body, including her waist, legs and back.

She claims that when she made her allegations, she became the victim of his team who ran a smear campaign against her while she was running for office.

Alyssa McGrath

McGrath was another executive assistant who says Cuomo was harassing her.

During his interactions with another executive assistant, Alyssa McGrath, the governor made inappropriate comments and engaged in harassing behavior, including: regularly asking questions about her personal life, including her marital status and divorce; asking if Ms. McGrath would tell Executive Assistant #1 if she cheated on her husband – and if Ms. McGrath herself intended to ‘mix’ with men.”

Alyssa McGrath

Ana Liss

Alyssa McGrath (left) who worked as an executive assistant for the governor. She says he made inappropriate comments about her personal life. Ana Liss (right). Liss served in the Executive Chamber between 2013 and 2015, during which time she says the governor subjected her to sexual harassment, including being called “sweetheart” and “darling,” and puts his hand around her lower waist.

‘Kaitlin’

Kaitlin – whose middle name is not public – met the governor in 2016 at a benefit event where they were photographed together in a dance pose.

She was then hired by him in a junior position, but was paid a salary of $120,000 — an amount so high she says it was laughed at in her interview.

Ana Liss

Liss served in the Executive Chamber between 2013 and 2015, during which time she says the governor subjected her to sexual harassment, including being called “sweetheart” and “darling,” and puts his hand around her lower waist.

Ruch was a guest at a wedding, like the governor, in 2019 when she says he placed his hands on a part of her back that was visible through a cutout in her dress.  She grabbed his wrist to move him away, and he responded by saying,

Ruch was a guest at a wedding, like the governor, in 2019 when she says he placed his hands on a part of her back that was visible through a cutout in her dress. She grabbed his wrist to move him away, and he responded by saying, “Wow, you’re being aggressive,” the report said.

He also kissed her hands and cheek, she said.

Despite feeling uncomfortable, she says she didn’t report them because “for whatever reason, the rules were different in his office. It was just, you have to take it as a compliment if the governor thinks you’re aesthetic enough, if he finds you interesting enough to ask those kinds of questions.

“And while it was strange and uncomfortable and technically inadmissible in a typical work environment, I thought it was the twilight zone and… the typical rules didn’t apply.”

Anna Ruchuss

Ruch was a guest at a wedding, like the governor, in 2019 when she says he placed his hands on a part of her back that was visible through a cutout in her dress.

She grabbed his wrist to move him away, and he responded by saying, “Wow, you’re being aggressive,” the report said.

Cuomo then grabbed her face with both hands and said, “Can I kiss you?”

He was depicted kissing her on the cheek.

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