New York’s Attorney General Speaks Out On Andrew Cuomo’s Sexual Allegation Scandal

New York Attorney General Letitia James is reviewing a letter from state senators that have asked her to further investigate sexual harassment allegations against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, according to Fox News.

Republican state Sens. Patricia Richie, Susan Serino, Pamela Helming, Daphne Jordan and Alexis Weik penned a letter to James’ office.

“At a minimum, the seriousness of these allegations clearly warrant a comprehensive, immediate investigation by an independent special prosecutor,” they wrote.

“Let’s play strip poker,” Boylan said Cuomo remarked on a flight.

Cuomo press secretary Caitlin Girouard called Boylan’s claims “quite simply false.”

Boylan said his behavior “was all so normalized — particularly by Melissa DeRosa and other top women around him — that only now do I realize how insidious his abuse was.”

Boylan said he kissed her on the lips.

“I was in shock, but I kept walking,” Boylan wrote.

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“The idea that someone might think I held my high-ranking position because of the Governor’s ‘crush’ on me was more demeaning than the kiss itself.”

“When a person comes forward, they deserve to be treated with dignity and respect. Their voice should be heard and not silenced,” Psaki said. “And any allegation should be reviewed.”

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