Former Governor Andrew Cuomo on Sunday accused him of sexually harassing her by commenting on her appearance.
Insisted by Lindsey Boylan, a former economic development aide who worked in the Cuomo administration from 2015 to 2018 On Twitter.
Boylan wrote that the harassment was “over the years” and there were witnesses. She refused to talk to the reporter.
In a statement, Cuomo’s office denied the claim.
“These claims are completely untrue,” said Cuomo spokeswoman Caitlin Gilard.
Boylan ran for the Democratic primary in Parliament earlier this year and is currently running for Mayor Manhattan.
Last week, Boylan wrote on Twitter that Cuomo’s office is a “toxic” work environment.
The Associated Press on Sunday reported that Boylan had left the Cuomo administration after staff complained about her own actions.
Editor’s Note: In an earlier version of this story, a spokesman for the governor mistakenly stated that Boylan was a dissatisfied ex-employee. None of the governor’s staff said that. We apologize for the error.
Former aide accuses Governor Kuomo of sexual harassment
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