Former Governor Andrew Cuomo plans to file a complaint with New York state Supreme Court over Attorney General Letitia James’ handling of Cuomo’s sexual harassment allegations and her office’s subsquent report.
Cuomo’s personal attorney Rita Glavin announced the planned action in a media briefing on Thursday, February 10, according to Albany Times-Union.
Glavin says James’ report was biased and left out key evidence that called into question the credibility of some women accusing Cuomo of harassment.
Cuomo resigned from his position as governor on August 10, 2021, a week after James released her report that concluded allegations made by 11 women against Cuomo were credible.
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