Woman Presents Photographic Evidence of Andrew Cuomo Kissing Her Without Consent

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"Just the good old office welcome to women in the governor's office of New York", Boylan tweeted along with a picture of a repulsed Princess Leia attempting to back away from Star Wars' slumlord Jabba the Hutt. Vill, who is about 5 feet (1.5 metres) tall, said the governor towered over her.

"He took my hand and said, is there anything else you want", Vill said.

"The governor is a very powerful person in New York", Allred explained in response to another question about why Vill was only coming forward now.

Vill says she was holding her small dog when it happened. "As I have said before, the governor has greeted both men and women with hugs, a kiss on the cheek, forehead or hand for the past forty years".

Following Boylan, six other women have come forward with various claims against Cuomo, including inappropriate touching and rampant sexual harassment. But Vill says she is Italian and does not greet strangers with a kiss.

The accusation Monday has similarities to allegations made by Anna Ruch, who told The New York Times that Cuomo touched her face and back and asked to kiss her moments after they met at a wedding reception.

"After seeing the damage, the governor then circled to the front of the house where I was standing", Vill said.

On his way out of the house, Cuomo called Vill lovely, she said, something that also made her feel uncomfortable. "I felt as though he was coming on to me in my own home".

ANA LISS, 35, a former aide, said Cuomo asked her whether she had a boyfriend, once kissed her hand at her desk and called her by patronizing names, including "blondie", "sweetheart" and "honey".

Allred said she plans to contact Attorney General Letitia James later today. He has said he was sorry if his behaviour had made "people feel uncomfortable". "I felt he was acting in a highly flirtatious and inappropriate manner, especially in front of my family and neighbours".

Andrew Cuomo's first accuser compared the governor to Jabba the Hutt. "There was nothing I could do".

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The married mother of three added, "I know the difference between an innocent gesture and a sexual one". I never felt as uncomfortable as I did the day that Governor Cuomo came to my home. "His actions were very overly sexual, highly inappropriate and disrespectful to me and my family".

"Notably she didn't say my husband and I, or my family and I, only specifically me", she said.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo shakes Sherry Vill's hand inside her home.

But during a visit to her home four years ago, that is what Cuomo did, Vill and Allred said. "2207520000" target="_blank">2017 Facebook post of the package.

That voicemail contained an invitation for Vill to attend another press conference with Cuomo-this time without her husband.

Vill never responded to the call and says she later received a letter from the governor that included a pair of photographs of him shaking her hand inside her home.

According to Allred, Vill was always troubled by the incident, but maintained her silence for years because family members feared reprisal from the governor.

However, Allred said that at this time, she did not intend to reach out to the state Assembly about its own ongoing investigation, or file a civil suit against the governor.

Cuomo has been accused by multiple women with a range of sexual misconduct, from harassment at work to unwanted touching and kissing.

Allred showed off photos of the governor's visit, including a still shot from video showing Cuomo leaning in for a kiss.

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