Ana Liss said that during the period of work in the state administration from 2013 to 2015, Andrew Cuomo made familiar statements to her, was interested in her personal life, and once put his arm around her waist while taking photos at a reception.
Another, already the third in a row, a former employee of the administration of the Governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, accused him of inappropriate behavior. Her remarks are quoted on Saturday by The Wall Street Journal.
35-year-old Ana Liss told the publication that during her work in the state administration from 2013 to 2015, the governor allowed her to make familiar statements, was interested in her personal life, and once put his arm around her waist while taking photos at a reception. The publication cites a photo confirming this fact, which, according to the woman, is currently stored in her office. According to her, Cuomo built a relationship with her primarily as a woman and not as a professional.
“This is simply unacceptable in any circumstances,” Liss said, noting that she had not previously expressed her dissatisfaction with the governor’s behavior. “I just wanted him to take me seriously.” According to the woman, at the end of her work in the Cuomo administration, she experienced alcohol problems and had to seek the help of a psychologist.