Albany County District Attorney requesting N.Y. Attorney General materials on Cuomo investigation
The district attorney's office said it welcomes contact from any victims providing additional information.
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The Albany County District Attorney will formally request materials from state Attorney General Letitia James' office on the sexual harassment investigation into New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
The district attorney's office tweeted its comment on the report on Aug. 3, after it was released.
The report also found that Cuomo and his staff retaliated against a former employee who brought forward harassment claims.
Cuomo has denied any wrongdoing, and repeatedly has stated that he will not resign.
Comment from Albany County District Attorney David Soares Regarding NYS Attorney General Final Report on Governor Cuomo ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/aSVBNzhebf
— Albany County District Attorney's Office (@AlbanyCountyDA) August 3, 2021
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