The prosecutor’s office previously found evidence of sexual harassment by the head of the state, Andrew Cuomo, against several girls.
“It has been an honor to serve the people of New York over the past 10 years,” DeRosa said in a statement released Sunday evening. – For me personally, the last two years have been difficult emotionally and psychologically. I will always be grateful for the opportunity to work with such talented and purposeful colleagues in the administration of our state.”
Sources of the New York Post newspaper do not exclude that some other resignations may follow DeRosa’s decision in the administration of the head of state.
Earlier, DeRosa was criticized after she told a private meeting with local Democratic lawmakers on February 10 that the state authorities prevented disseminating data on the true number of COVID-19 victims in nursing homes in the spring and summer of last year. The FBI and the prosecutor’s office of the New York district of Brooklyn in this regard have launched an investigation against the New York City administration.