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NY State Assembly investigation finds Cuomo could have been impeached had he not resigned
By Melissa Koenig For Dailymail.Com and Associated Press
Published: 14:53 GMT, 22 November 2021 | Updated: 01:53 GMT, 26 November 2021
Disgraced former NY Governor Andrew Cuomo has been condemned as a sex pest who committed multiple impeachable offenses in a new official report.
The investigation, by New York’s state assembly’s judiciary committee, was released Monday and found ‘overwhelming evidence’ that Cuomo sexually harassed 12 women.
The 12th victim, mom-of-three Sherry Vill, previously came forward to detail Cuomo’s alleged manhandling and forcible kissing while touring her flood-damaged home in 2017. She was not included in New York Attorney General Letitia James’s August report, but the judiciary committee said it had since corroborated her claims.
Monday’s report also said there was no doubt that Cuomo, who resigned in August, ordered state workers to help produce his controversial COVID-19 memoir during work hours.
And the report found that Cuomo´s executive chamber ‘substantially revised’ a state report to exclude deaths of nursing home residents at hospitals to boost Cuomo´s reputation. Around 15,000 people are estimated to have died in them, with Cuomo blamed for ordering the facilities to accept ‘medically stable’ patients in the early days of the outbreak, even if they had tested positive for COVID.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo resigned from office in August as he faced a possible impeachment trial
It comes months after the former governor resigned to avoid a likely impeachment trial in the wake of another investigation that found he sexually harassed at least 11 women. That investigation was led by two independent attorneys selected by state Attorney General Letitia James, who has since announced her run for the governor’s office.
The New York State Assembly investigators said they reviewed that sexual harassment investigation, as well as about 600,00 pages of documents gathered by attorney Davis Polk that ranged from photographs to emails to recordings of phone calls to video recordings.
They also looked into Cuomo’s handling of the COVID pandemic, questions about whether his staff improperly worked on his books and allegations he covered up safety concerns on the Mario Cuomo Bridge.
They determined in their report, that had the former governor not resigned, there would have been sufficient grounds for impeachment.
The former governor published a book about his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, which state investigators say he used Executive Office staff to write during working hours
In March, the Assembly Judiciary Committee hired a Manhattan law firm, Davis Polk & Wardwell, to investigate whether there were grounds to impeach Cuomo.
As part of his investigation, Polk gathered about 6,000,000 pages of documents including text messages and emails from the former governor’s office.
Davis Polk investigators didn´t interview Cuomo, who instead provided written submissions.
The investigators wrote in their report that ‘the former Governor utilized the time of multiple state employees, as well as his own, to further his personal gain during a global pandemic – a time during which the former governor touted the “around-the-clock” state response to the crisis.’
It claims the former governor ‘utilized state resources and property, including work by Executive Chamber staff to write, publish and promote his book regarding his handling of COVID-19 – a project for which he was guaranteed at least $5.2 million in personal profit at the same time.’
Cuomo has previously said work on the book was done on a volunteer basis, but the report on Monday found that the work had taken place during work hours ‘as part of the regular course of work in the Executive Chamber,’ the New York Times reports.
It indicates that the work was not voluntary, and that at least one senior state official had complained to a colleague that work on the book had compromised their ability to focus on pandemic relief.
One member of the Judiciary Committee, who was not named, told the Times it ‘would be a very reasonable inference’ that there was a correlation between Cuomo’s book deal and his administration’s manipulation of nursing home data death.
The report released on Monday concluded that Cuomo ‘was not fully transparent’ about the number of nursing home deaths
Originally the state only reported 8,500 nursing home deaths during the height of the pandemic, but when it included those who died in the hospital earlier this year, the number skyrocketed to 15,000
Cuomo has been blamed for ordering the nursing homes to accept ‘medically stable’ patients in the early days of the outbreak, even if they had tested positive for COVID
The 46-page report also says, the former governor ‘was not fully transparent regarding the number of nursing home residents who died as a result of COVID-19.’
In its early reports, New York State official did not include nursing home residents who died in the hospital to the number who died in long-term care facilities, saying they wanted to avoid a ‘double-count.’
The state had reported that about 8,500 nursing home residents during the height of the pandemic, but when the state finally included those who died in hospitals earlier this year, the number shot up to 15,000 – more than any other state.
New York Health Department officials told NBC News the delay in releasing the number of hospital-based deaths was due to a time-consuming verification process.
They said the COVID-19 reports that nursing homes and hospitals submit each day only includes the initials and age of the residents who died to ‘protect patient privacy.’
While more detailed information is available, spokesman Gary Holmes said the data is entered into a separate system that often lags and does not include the name of a patient’s nursing home.
‘Great lengths have been taken to ensure accuracy in data reporting from multiple sources,’ Holmes told NBC.
He claimed the new numbers did not change the overall death toll from the virus, since all nursing home deaths had been included in the statewide count.
Attorney General Letitia James announced in August that her office concluded that Cuomo sexually harassed 11 women while in office
And, investigators said, Cuomo ‘engaged in multiple instances of sexual harassment including by creating a hostile work environment and engaging in sexual misconduct.
The report corroborated claims made by a 12th accuser, who said the governor forcibly kissed her while touring her flood-damaged home, and then sent her signed photos of the visit, the New York Post reports.
Sherry Vill, 55, came forward with her allegations against the former governor in March, saying he manhandled her when he visited Greece – a Rochester suburb- in 2017, after the area was ravaged by floods.
According to the Assembly’s report, Cuomo grabbed her hand and kissed her on the cheeks without her consent.
Vill said Cuomo also called her ‘beautiful’ and grabbed her hand and kissed her once again as they walked out of the house.
The married mother of three said the encounter made her ‘uncomfortable,’ and claimed that following the visit, she received a phone call from someone in the governor’s office inviting her to attend one of his future events.
None of her family members or neighbors who had also met with Cuomo received an invite, Vill said.
‘Ms. Vill also later received signed photos from the then-Governor’s visit,’ the report claims. ‘Neither her family nor her neighbors received photographs either.’
When Vill first came forward in March, she described the encounter as ‘so strange’ and ‘inappropriate,’ adding that it made her nervous because of his power.
‘I am still afraid of him, but I am no longer willing to remain silent,’ she said in a news conference announcing her allegations.
Investigators wrote in the report that they are ‘ mindful of the ongoing law enforcement interests into several of the matters covered in this report,’ as the former governor faces criminal charges stemming from an allegation he groped a former aide, Brittany Commisso, at the Executive Mansion in 2019.
‘We have prepared this report with those interests in mind and we are cooperating with any such investigations,’ the authors of the report wrote.
Cuomo´s spokesperson, 2019 Air Jordan 1 Mid SE “Lakers” White Purple Yellow For Sale Richard Azzopardi, and lawyer, Rita Glavin, didn´t immediately respond to request for comment on the legislative investigation.
Cuomo is currently facing criminal charges that he groped a former executive assistant, Brittany Commisso, left, in the Executive Mansion in 2019
Cuomo has previously demanded that Assembly investigators hand over all their evidence against him, but Judiciary Committee members say that Cuomo isn´t entitled to that evidence.
‘In the face of an impeachment trial, the former Governor chose to resign, not to contest the available evidence and confront witnesses in that legal forum,’ the report released Monday said.
‘Having foregone that opportunity, he is not entitled to the production of any further evidence from this Committee.’
Cuomo often released statements pledging cooperation with the Assembly investigation, but investigators said he produced only limited documents over the course of almost six months.
‘Nonetheless, at no time has the former Governor meaningfully complied with the Committee´s requests or cooperated with its investigation,’ the report reads.
Cuomo has previously denied that he ever intended to touch anyone inappropriately and said he never meant to make anyone uncomfortable with sexual remarks.
He has flat-out denied some allegations, including an executive assistant’s claim that he groped her breasts at the governor´s official residence, the Executive Mansion, last winter.
Former aide Lindsay Boylan, 36, was the first woman to accuse Cuomo of sexual harassment in a Medium post on February 24. She claimed that the governor asked her to play strip poker and kissed her on the lips without her permission when she worked for him in 2017.
Charlotte Bennett, 25, came forward a few days after Boylan and claimed that Cuomo sexually harassed her last June while she was working as a health policy adviser in his administration at the height of the COVID-19 crisis.
Bennett accused Cuomo of ‘grooming’ her and asking inappropriate questions about her sex life.
She also claimed that he told her he was open to dating women in their 20s.
BENNETT said the governor asked her about her love life – including whether she ever had sex with older men – and talked about his own, saying that age differences didn’t matter in relationships and he was open to dating women over 22.
During a meeting alone in his office, the governor said he was lonely and talked about wanting to hug someone, Bennett said.
She said she swiftly complained to Cuomo’s chief of staff and was transferred to another job.
She said she spoke to a lawyer for the governor, but didn´t insist on further action because she liked her new post and wanted to move on.
Anna Ruch was the third woman to accuse Cuomo of sexual harassment and the only one thus far who did not work with him in a professional capacity. She claimed that Cuomo put his hands on her face and asked if he could kiss her just moments after they met at a September 2019 wedding in Manhattan.
Ana Liss, 35, a former aide, said Cuomo asked her whether she had a boyfriend, once kissed her hand at her desk and called her by patronizing names, including ‘blondie,’ ‘sweetheart’ and ‘honey.’
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At a reception, the governor hugged her then put his arm around her lower back and waist as they posed for photo, Liss said.
She said she eventually asked for a job transfer. In an interview, Liss said she was ‘not claiming sexual harassment per se,’ but felt the administration ‘wasn’t a safe space for young women to work.’
Liss, who previously served as Cuomo’s policy and operations aide between 2013 and 2015, told the Wall Street Journal that during her time in his administration, the governor had subjected her to unsolicited advances, including touching her lower back, kissing her hand and quizzing her about her love life.
The oldest allegations against Cuomo came from Karen Hinton, who served as a press aide for him when he led the US Department of Housing and Urban Development two decades ago and she was a consultant for the agency. Hinton told the Washington Post about a 2000 incident when she said Cuomo summoned her to his ‘dimly lit’ hotel room and embraced her after a work event. She said she tried to pull away from Cuomo when he pulled her back and held her before she managed to escape the room.
The most damning allegations leveled against Cuomo to date came from a sixth accuser, whose name has not been released.
The accuser, who is a member of Cuomo’s staff, alleged that he closed a door, reached under her blouse and fondled her after summoning her to the governor’s mansion in Albany for help with his cellphone, according to the Times Union of Albany.
It first reported on her accusation last month; she then gave more detail in her first interview on the matter.
The woman spoke on the condition of anonymity to protect her privacy, although her identity is known within the governor´s circle, the Times Union reported.
The woman, an executive assistant, told the Times Union the governor gave her kisses on the cheek and inappropriately tight hugs for years and made remarks including, ‘If you were single, the things that I would do to you’ and ‘I’m single and ready to mingle.’
Then, one day in November, she was summoned to his Executive Mansion office to help him with a cellphone problem, she said.
He got up from his desk, started groping her and told her ‘I don’t care’ after she tried to deflect him by saying he was going to get them into trouble, and then he slammed the door, she said.
Then he reached under her blouse and clutched one of her breasts over her bra, she told the newspaper.
The woman told a colleague this winter about the alleged encounter, and the co-worker told a supervisor in early March, according to the newspaper.
Cuomo called the report ‘gut-wrenching’ in a March statement and said: ‘I have never done anything like this.’
Another female aide, who has remained anonymous, claimed he called her to his Executive Mansion last year, reached under her blouse and fondled her
Jessica Bakeman claimed in a first-person article for New York Magazine that she was sexually harassed by Cuomo on several occasions since the start of her journalism career in 2012.
Bakeman added her voice as the seventh accuser as she detailed inappropriate touching by the governor as he continued to deny all of the claims.
‘He took my hand, as if to shake it, then refused to let go,’ Bakeman wrote of an interaction with Cuomo as she said goodnight at a holiday party in 2014 when she was only 25 years old.
‘He put his other arm around my back, his hand on my waist, and held me firmly in place while indicating to a photographer he wanted us to pose for a picture.’
At the time Bakeman had been working for what is now Politico New York and claimed that red flags went up as her ‘job was to analyze and scrutinize him’.
‘I didn’t want a photo of him with his hands on my body and a smile on my face,’ she wrote.
Jessica Bakeman, a reporter who once covered the Cuomo administration, was the seventh woman to come forward with claims of harassment
‘But I made the reflexive assessment that most women and marginalized people know instinctively, the calculation about risk and power and self-preservation. I knew it would be far easier to smile for the brief moment it takes to snap a picture than to challenge one of the most powerful men in the country.’
In an earlier 2012 incident while she was working for USA Today, Bakeman also claims that Cuomo kept her pinned to his side as he told a story to her male colleagues.
‘He left it there, and kept me pinned next to him, for several minutes as he finished telling his story,’ she said. ‘I stood there, my cheeks hot, giggling nervously as my male colleagues did the same. We all knew it was wrong, but we did nothing.’
The reporter, who now works in Florida, claimed that Cuomo ‘never let me forget I was a woman’ as she also alleged that he made frequent attempts to humiliate her, including calling out her purple phone instead of answering her question during a press gaggle.
McGrath, a current administrative assistant in Cuomo’s office, told The New York Times that he looked down her shirt, quizzed her about her marital status, and told her she was beautiful, using an Italian phrase she had to ask her parents to interpret.
McGrath didn’t say the governor made sexual contact with her but thought his behavior was sexual harassment.
She recalled Cuomo kissing her on the forehead and gripping her firmly around the sides while posing for a photo at a 2019 office Christmas party.
Alyssa McGrath is one of two aides who have come forward to accuse the governor of harassment
Sherry Vill, 55, accused Cuomo of sexual misconduct during a press conference with her attorney Gloria Allred on Monday.
She alleges Cuomo grabbed her face and kissed her ‘aggressively and in a sexual manner’ on both cheeks in May 2017 while he was touring her home in Greece , near Rochester, as he inspected local flood damage.
Vill, who said she felt uncomfortable at the time, shared an image her daughter took on the day that showed Cuomo holding her face as he kissed her cheek and her attorney held up multiple photos showing the Governor inside her home.
The same photos appear on Cuomo’s Flickr account, as well as multiple others that show him kissing and greeting residents as he toured the town.
None of the women in the other photos have accused the governor of inappropriate behavior or wrongdoing.
Sherry Vill, 55, accused Cuomo of sexual misconduct on Monday. Vill, who said she felt uncomfortable at the time, shared an image her daughter took on the day that showed Cuomo holding her face as he kissed her cheek
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