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Charlotte Bennett, a former aide of Governor Andrew Cuomo On Monday, she spoke to investigators for four hours, says her lawyer, and provided 120 pages of contemporary notes on the sexual harassment she experienced from the New York Democrat.

“New information that came to light today was the governor’s preoccupation with his hand size,” her attorney Debra Katz said in a statement, “and what the size of his hands indicated to Charlotte and other staff.”

Bennett “explained their sexual harassment allegations” and gave investigators “additional examples of documentary evidence,” in addition to the 120 pages of contemporary notes, the statement reads.

“It also provided details of the sexually hostile environment the governor cultivated in both his Manhattan and Albany offices and his deliberate efforts to create rivalries and tension among female employees to whom he paid attention.”

Last month, the New York Times reported that Bennett “accused [Cuomo] of sexual harassment and said that he asked her questions about her sex life, whether she was monogamous in her relationships, and whether she had ever had sex with older men. “

She also said that the governor asked her numerous questions about her personal life, including whether age makes a difference in romantic relationships and that he was open to relationships with women in their twenties – comments she deemed clear Overtures interpreted a sexual relationship. “

Cuomo has apologized, refused to step down, and says he has never touched anyone inappropriately. “I didn’t do what was claimed,” Cuomo said last week. About 70 state and national lawmakers have asked Cuomo to resign.

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