Thursday, December 2, 2021

DOJ Opens Civil Inquiry Into Former NY Gov. Cuomo Sexual Harassment Claims

The U.S. Departmment of Justice (DOJ), Opened a Civil Case against former NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) in August, alleged Workplace Sexual Harassment. The Scope of the Probe is unclear.

"Our understanding is that the Civil Division opened an inquiry in August based upon the AG's politically motivated sham report and we have heard nothing since," the Cuomo Representative, Rich Azzopardi, said.

A Representative for the New York State Comptroller's Office referred to a Legal Contract for the Law Firm, Willkie Farr & Gallagher representing the NY Executive Chamber, more commonly referred to as the Governor's Office, in the Case, through Sept. 2022.

There have also been Federal Probes taken up by the DOJ into Cuomo's Handling of COVID-19 Nursing Home Deaths, and any use of State Resources for his Pandemic Response Memoir, which garnered the former Governor a reported $5.1 Million Advance. There are indications, some of the Content was done by his Staff, on Government Time.

Cuomo Resigned from Office in August, after NY Attorney General Tish James's Investigation found Instances of Sexual Misconduct on his behalf toward 11 Women. James will run for Governer in 2022.

Earlier this week, Cuomo's younger Brother, Chris, was Suspended Indefinitely, by CNN from his Primetime Cable TV Show.

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