An executive assistance to New York governor Andrew Cuomo, Brittany Commisso has lifted the veil off her identity by speaking publicly for the first time following allegations of sexual harassment she made against her boss.
Speaking to CBS, Brittany Commisso, 32, said governor Cuomo committed a crime against her, despite Cuomo denying any wrongdoing.
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She accuses Cuomo of kissing her on the lips and hugging her without her consent.
“I was afraid that if I had come forward, and revealed my name, that the governor and his ‘enablers’ [as] I like to call them would viciously attack me, would smear my name as I had seen and heard them do before to people,”, Britany said.
Last week, a 168-page investigation report on claims of sexual harassment against Cuomo concluded he was culpable, even though the report didn’t mention intent to prosecute even though a 2019 Law signed by Coumo could be used against him if local prosecutors took the matter on.
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“Our investigation revealed that the Governor’s sexually harassing
behavior was not limited to members of his own staff, but extended to other State employees, including a State Trooper on his protective detail and members of the public” the report read.
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