Tenth Woman Accuses NY Governor of Inappropriate Behavior
A western New York woman is the tenth to make accusations against Governor Andrew Cuomo claiming inappropriate behavior.
The latest accuser says the Democrat grabbed her face and kissed her cheek at her home during a visit to inspect area flood damage around four years ago.
Sherry Vill made the allegations March 29 during a Zoom news conference with attorney Gloria Allred, describing a spring 2017 visit to her Rochester-area home after flooding near Lake Ontario.
Nine other women, some who worked for Cuomo, have accused the three-term Governor of sexual misconduct with allegations ranging from inappropriate comments and questioning to physical groping.
Cuomo's lawyer said in a statement that the governor uses hugs and kisses to comfort New Yorkers during crises.