Regional and national media outlets continue to report on the latest developments in the investigations of sexual harassment and misconduct allegations made against New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo.
Fox News recently aired a report on new comments made to the Albany Times Union by one of Gov. Cuomo accuser’s. Labor and Employment attorney Robert L. Boreanaz was interviewed to provide legal analysis for the report.
In the report, Fox News correspondent Bryan Llenas stated that one of Gov. Cuomo’s accusers has spoken out for the first time by providing comment to the Albany Times Union. Llenas went on to state that the accuser, who is a current aide who says Cuomo aggressively sexually groped her, told the Albany Times Union that the harassment was the culmination of two years of grooming.
Attorney Robert Boreanaz was interviewed for the report to provide legal analysis on the various sexual harassment and misconduct investigations that are taking place in the New York State Legislature as well in New York State Attorney General Letitia James’ office. Mr. Boreanaz was specifically asked about issues regarding how challenging it is to prove harassment has taken place. He was also asked about when actions of harassment cross in to the area of being considered criminal misconduct.
Regarding legal options that State Attorney General Letitia James has, Mr. Boreanaz stated “She could analyze it and determine that there is probable cause to bring some sort of a criminal conduct action against the governor.”