Governor Cuomo Is Getting Pressurized To Resign From His Office By An Anti-Sexual Harassment Group

Andrew Cuomo
Andrew Cuomo

Andrew Cuomo, the Governor of the state of New York, faced with the demand for his resignation. This took place this Saturday. The demands were placed by a group of anti-sexual harassment. The members of the group are the former staff members of the state’s legislature. All this originates from the allegations of sexual harassment that is made against Governor Cuomo.

Governor Cuomo Is Caught In A Plethora Of Accusations

A statement was given by the group associated with sexual harassment. They stated that things have now gone out of hands. And the only way to make amends was to get Governor Cuomo to resign from his post. The statement also pointed out that another woman had been victimized yet again. And so, steps had to be taken so that no other women will be compelled to serve the desires of powerful men in the name of responsibility.

This statement came from them on Tuesday. This came following the accusations made against Gov. Cuomo by Charlotte Bennet. The woman had been one of the workers of the Democratic Governor at a time. She spoke out about how he behaved with her in an appropriate manner. This took place in the year 2020.

The 25-year-old Bennet spoke out to a source on the details of the harassment she had to face. She stated that Governor Cuomo talked to her about how lonely he felt. He was referring to the time of the lockdown induced by the Coronavirus pandemic. The 63-year-old Governor also went on to show interest in her personal issues. He emphasized asking her about the last person to whom she gave a hug.

Charlotte Bennet further revealed an incident with Gov. Cuomo that she described being horrifying. She said that she opened up about her history of sexual assault with him. And the reaction he gave was something that made Bennet feel like she was in a “horror movie.”

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