Lindsay Boylan, a former assistant to New York Government. Andrew Como The woman, who has accused him of sexual misconduct, said on Wednesday that she has no intention of participating in the state-led impeachment investigation in lawsuits against the Democratic governor.
In a series of tweets, Boylan criticized the investigation as “bogus”, calling on State Council Chairman Carl Hasty for failing to lead a transparent process.
The tweets come on the heels of the New York State Assembly’s announcement that it has chosen Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP to help lead the investigation.
A Heastie spokesman did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
Boylan’s tweets were first reported by New York Post.
Boylan’s attorney, Jill Basinger, told the newspaper that she was “cooperating fully” with the prosecutor’s investigation and an interview was conducted last week in connection with that investigation.
“We are pleased with the scope of the investigation, the depth of thought and the accuracy of their interrogation,” Basinger said.
Boylan was the first of seven women to publicly file allegations of sexual misconduct against Como. She claimed that the governor tried to kiss her in his office, which he denied.
Like Reported by Fox News on Tuesday, State lawmakers indicated that the investigation into Como could go beyond sexual harassment claims – filed by seven women – to also include treatment of care home patients during the pandemic and reports of potential structural problems with the mega infrastructure project.
During an interview with ABC on Tuesday, President Biden said the allegations against Cuomo should be reviewed, but added that if confirmed, the governor could face a criminal trial.
Como He put a positive connotation in the president’s comments on Wednesday, adding that he agreed that an investigation was needed.
New York Attorney General Letitia James is investigating the allegations.