Ex-aide sues Andrew Cuomo for sexual harassment

A onetime aide to former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has sued him, saying he tried to groom her for a sexual relationship at the start of the pandemic and then later smeared her reputation publicly.

Judge: Andrew Cuomo can keep book deal money

A New York judge has ruled in favor of former Gov. Andrew Cuomo and against a state ethics commission that wanted him to give up $5 million he was paid to write a book.

Cuomo: Taxpayers should pay my sexual harassment legal bills

Former Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants taxpayers to foot his legal bills to defend himself against a sexual harassment claim filed by a state trooper who used to be on his security detail. Cuomo explained his reasoning in a lawsuit of his own.

Andrew Cuomo blames 'cancel culture' for his downfall

In his first public speech since resigning last August amid numerous sexual harassment allegations, Andrew Cuomo told a predominantly Black church in Brooklyn that his own party "overrode" an election because of "cancel culture."

NY trooper sues Cuomo, says he sexually harassed her

The lawsuit seeks attorney fees, damages for “severe mental anguish and emotional distress," and a declaratory judgment that Cuomo, DeRosa and state police violated civil laws on the federal, state and city level prohibiting sexual harassment.

Andrew Cuomo criminal charges: DA declines to pursue case

Oswego County District Attorney Gregory Oakes announced on Monday that he will not pursue criminal charges against Andrew Cuomo after a woman accused the former governor of running his fingers across the chest of her shirt at a public event.

Judge dismisses criminal groping case against Andrew Cuomo

A judge has dismissed the only criminal charge filed against the Former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo in connection with the sexual harassment allegations that drove him from office. It took place during a virtual appearance on Friday afternoon.