A third woman accused the governor of New York of inappropriate behavior

Earlier, two former subordinates of Andrew Cuomo – Charlotte Bennett and Lindsey Boylan – came forward with allegations that he sexually harassed them.

Another woman accused New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo of inappropriate behavior. This was reported on its website by The New York Times.

According to 33-year-old Anna Ruch, who leads the publication, the incident occurred in September 2019 at the wedding of her friends, where Cuomo was also present. The governor of New York, according to the woman, approached her and, after an exchange of a couple of phrases, took her by the waist. After encountering resistance from the Ruch, Cuomo allegedly put his hands on her face and attempted to kiss her on the lips, in response to which the woman declined, offering the governor her cheek.

Ruch claims that the governor’s actions made her feel “uncomfortable and confused.” According to The New York Times, Cuomo’s inappropriate behavior is confirmed by messages that Ruch sent later that day to her friends.

Earlier, two former Cuomo subordinates – Charlotte Bennett and Lindsey Boylan – came forward with allegations that he sexually harassed them. Bennett made the allegations against Cuomo on Saturday, Boylan in December 2020. The governor denies this in both cases.

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