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    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — A criminal complaint filed by a police investigator with a court in Albany has accused former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo of committing a misdemeanor sex crime, though there were reports Friday that the document might have been submitted in error. The brief complaint, filed by an investigator with the Albany County Sheriff’s Office, accused Cuomo of putting his hand under a woman’s shirt on Dec. 7, 2020. The document didn’t name the woman but Cuomo had been publicly accused of groping an aide, Brittany Commisso, at the executive mansion in Albany last year. The Albany County district attorney’s office and Albany County Sheriff did not immediately return messages but the Times Union, of Albany, quoted unnamed officials as saying the complaint had been issued “prematurely” by the court and that a final decision hadn’t been made about whether Cuomo would face charges. Cuomo’s lawyer and spokesperson didn’t immediately return messages seeking comment. Commisso, who was an executive assistant for Cuomo, says he reached under her shirt and fondled her when they were alone in a...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The woman who filed a criminal complaint against Gov. Andrew Cuomo for groping her is speaking out. It’s just the latest shoe to drop in the ongoing sexual harassment case against the New York state’s chief executive, CBS2’s Marcia Kramer reported Sunday. READ MORE: Gov. Cuomo Investigation: Albany County Sheriff Says Of Accuser’s Complaint, ‘The Conduct Was Sexual In Nature’ The woman, identified only as “Executive Assistant #1” in Attorney General Letitia James‘ scathing report about the governor’s conduct, is anonymous no longer. Speaking exclusively to CBS This Morning, Brittany Commisso explained why she decided to start the legal ball rolling. But that’s not the only development. The governor’s top aide, Melissa DeRosa, has suddenly resigned. “It was the right thing to do. The governor needs to be held accountable,” Commisso said. “And just so I’m clear, again, being held accountable to you means seeing the governor charged with a crime?” CBS This Morning‘s Jericka Duncan asked. “What he did to me was a crime. He broke the law,” Commisso said. READ MORE: Political Consultant: New York State’s...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The woman who filed a criminal complaint against Gov. Andrew Cuomo for groping and fondling her is speaking out. She says she went to authorities because he needs to be held accountable. It’s just the latest shoe to drop in the ongoing sexual harassment case against the New York state’s chief executive, CBS2’s Marcia Kramer reported Sunday. READ MORE: Gov. Cuomo Investigation: Albany County Sheriff Says Of Accuser’s Complaint, ‘The Conduct Was Sexual In Nature’ The woman, identified only as “Executive Assistant #1” in the Attorney General Letitia James‘ scathing report about the governor’s conduct, is anonymous no longer. Speaking exclusively to CBS This Morning, she explained why she decided to start the legal ball rolling. “It was the right thing to do. The governor needs to be held accountable,” Brittany Commisso said. “And just so I’m clear, being held accountable to you means seeing the governor charged with a crime?” CBS This Morning‘s Jericka Duncan asked. “What he did to me was a crime. He broke the law,” Commisso said. READ MORE: Political Consultant: New York State’s...
    A December 31, 2019, "selfie" photo taken of a woman identified as "Executive Assistant #1, and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, contained in a report issued by office of Attorney General Letitia James. The woman has made a criminal complaint against Cuomo, who allegedly groped her rear end when this photo was taken.Source: New York Attorney General's Office An executive assistant for New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo who told investigators that he groped her breast and rear end has spoken publicly for the first time since filing a criminal complaint against the governor. Brittany Commisso, during an interview with "CBS This Morning" and the Albany Times Union, said she filed the complaint against Cuomo because "it was the right thing to do," according to a clip of the interview, which will air Monday morning. "The governor needs to be held accountable," Commisso said. "What he did to me was a crime. He broke the law." Commisso is identified as “Executive Assistant #1” in a report released last week by state Attorney General Letitia James on Cuomo’s alleged sexual harassment of...
    An executive assistant to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo — in her first public comments since accusing Cuomo of sexual harassment — told "CBS This Morning" and the Times Union  that "the governor needs to be held accountable." Brittany Commisso is one of 11 women referenced in a scathing report from New York State Attorney General Letitia James that alleged Cuomo sexually harassed multiple women and violated state and federal law. Until now, Commisso had remained anonymous, referred to only as "Executive Assistant #1" in the report. Her full interview will air on "CBS This Morning" on Monday.  According to the attorney general's report, Commisso claimed that in 2019 and 2020 the governor "engaged in close and intimate hugs" on multiple occasions, including one incident when he "reached under her blouse and grabbed her breast." During another incident, while the executive assistant snapped a selfie, she said Cuomo "put his hand on and then rubbed and grabbed her butt." "What he did to me was a crime," Commisso told "CBS This Morning" and The Times Union. "He broke the...
    Natalie Mariduena and David Dobrik were childhood friends. Presley Ann/Getty Images for Oh Polly Natalie Mariduena confirmed that she was "standing by [Dobrik] 100%" following his controversies. She said in a recent podcast that Dobrik "just happened to be there" when an alleged rape occurred. Mariduena and Dobrik were childhood friends, with Mariduena later working as his assistant. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. David Dobrik's childhood friend Natalie Mariduena spoke publicly for the first time about the criticism he faced earlier this year when a member of the Vlog Squad was accused of rape. She discussed her relationship with Dobrik in the latest episode of the "BFFs" podcast released on Wednesday, which is hosted by TikTok star Josh Richards and Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy. When Portnoy asked her about the allegations and subsequent backlash against Dobrik, she responded, "It's tough, and I've never talked about it publicly." She went on to defend Dobrik, who recently returned to YouTube after a three-month hiatus. Mariduena said, "I know him the best out of everybody and I think...
    A Florida police chief has lashed out at a local congressman after he publicly revealed, without the family's consent, that an officer who was shot in the head two weeks is now awake and speaking.  Daytona Beach police officer Jason Raynor, 26, was critically wounded when he was allegedly shot by Othal Wallace while investigating a 'suspicious incident' on June 23.  Rep. Mike Waltz tweeted on Thursday that Daytona Beach Police Chief Jakari Young had told him Raynor, who is still in hospital, is now awake.  'Officer Raynor is speaking and opening his eyes. His mother felt comfortable leaving the hospital for the first time in weeks,' Waltz said.  'Nothing short of a miracle!' The police chief lashed out on Friday morning, saying Waltz had 'no right' to make Raynor's condition public.  Daytona Beach police officer Jason Raynor, 26, was critically wounded when he was allegedly shot by Othal Wallace while investigating a 'suspicious incident' on June 23 'If I or @DaytonaBchPD intended to give an update on Officer Raynor’s status we would have done so ourselves! '@michaelgwaltz had NO RIGHT...
    More On: erika jayne Tom Girardi’s law firm approved for $1.5 million PPP loan before bankruptcy Erika Jayne steps out in statement-making shirt amid legal drama Erika Jayne slams lawyer in bankruptcy case, claims she’s cooperating Erika Jayne accused of refusing to cough up bank records, hiding assets “RHOBH” fans will finally know how “XXPEN$IVE” it is to be Erika Jayne. The reality star, 49, was ordered to cough up her financial records as part of her estranged husband Tom Girardi’s bankruptcy case, per court documents obtained by Page Six on Wednesday. Jayne’s divorce attorney, Larry A. Ginsburg, was ordered to produce the records by 5 p.m. on July 21. However, the star may be able to buy some time as she was given until 4 p.m. on July 16 to file an opposition to the order if necessary. And, Ronald Richards, the lawyer for the trustee overseeing the bankruptcy case, was given until July 23 to file a response if needed. The “How Many F–ks” singer was previously accused of refusing to turn over her bank records and...
    Evan Rachel Wood and Marilyn Manson were briefly engaged in 2010. E. Charbonneau / Getty Images Marilyn Manson and Evan Rachel Wood were in a romantic relationship from 2007 to 2010.  In February 2021, Wood accused Manson of "grooming" and "horrifically" abusing her.  The singer denied the allegations and said they were "horrible distortions of reality." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. It's been over a decade since Evan Rachel Wood and Marilyn Manson, one of Hollywood's most surprising pairs, called off their engagement in 2010.  Like many famous couples after a split, they went from dominating headlines to leading completely separate lives. The "Westworld" star, 33, married and eventually divorced actor Jamie Bell, while the "Coma White" singer, 52, tied the knot with photographer Lindsay Usich.  Their names rarely appeared together in the years that followed the breakup. But as the actress began speaking out about her experiences with domestic abuse in recent years without identifying individuals, speculation arose as to whether or not she was referring to Manson. People began sifting through the singer's old...
    Armie Hammer is reportedly dating a woman in the Cayman Islands. The "Call Me By Your Name" actor has been linked to a local dental hygienist since earlier this year, People magazine reports. Word of Hammer's new significant other comes just months after he was publicly accused of raping and abusing a woman. He is currently at the center of an investigation being carried out by the Los Angeles Police Department. A source told the magazine that Hammer and this new woman have traveled around the island together. ARMIE HAMMER SPOTTED IN CAYMAN ISLANDS; FIRST TIME SEEN SINCE RAPE ALLEGATIONS Armie Hammer was seen out-and-about in the Cayman Islands recently, the first time he has been spotted publicly since he was accused of rape in April. (Splash News) "They were recently on a 'staycation' out East, the other side of the island from where they live," the insider said. Hammer, 34, is in the middle of a divorce from Elizabeth Chambers, 38, who has also been waiting out the coronavirus pandemic on the island with the former couple's 6-year-old daughter Harper and...
    Armie Hammer is out and about. The 34-year-old actor was recently spotted in the Cayman Islands -- his first time being seen publicly since being accused of rape last month. The star looked rather relaxed in a gray T-shirt and gray shorts with a short haircut. The Cayman Islands is reportedly where Hammer's estranged wife, Elizabeth Chambers, has been waiting out the coronavirus pandemic with their 6-year-old daughter Harper and their 4-year-old son Ford. ARMIE HAMMER IS MAIN SUSPECT IN AN ALLEGED SEXUAL ASSAULT INVESTIGATION FOLLOWING RAPE ACCUSATIONS Despite her presence in the Cayman Islands, Chambers, 38, has been rather mum on the subject of her husband's scandal. Armie Hammer was seen out-and-about in the Cayman Islands recently, the first time he has been spotted publicly since he was accused of rape in April. (Splash News) "Focusing on healing, my babes and work," she said on her Instagram story in April. "A lot I've wanted to share, but hasn't felt right [at the moment]." Hammer has also implied that he has another romantic contact in the region, once reportedly stating in his...
    CALABASAS, Calif. -- Vanessa Bryant wants to publicly name the Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies accused of taking and sharing photos of Kobe Bryant and other victims at the site of the Calabasas crash that claimed the lives of the NBA superstar and eight others.In an Instagram story, Vanessa Bryant criticized the Sherriff's Department for trying to redact the names of the accused deputies.She noted that in any other situation the suspects names would be unsealed. She described the move as a double standard.The Sheriff's Department has said it will not be commenting at this time.RELATED: Calabasas residents recall Kobe Bryant helicopter crash 1 year laterEMBED More News Videos Calabasas residents recall the tragic morning when the helicopter that carried Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna and seven others went down. RELATED: Kobe Bryant death: 1 year after crash, bill introduced to mandate helicopter safety systemEMBED More News VideosThe bill being called the "Kobe Bryant and Gianna Bryant Helicopter Safety Act'' would require the equipment on all types of helicopters with six or more passengers.
    SHIA LaBeouf's ex-girlfriend FKA Twigs has been reportedly "hugely traumatized" by her relationship with the "troubled" actor, which has come to light following her allegations of "abuse." A friend of the Even Stevens actor has come forward, disclosing intimate details of FKA Twigs' emotional state. 13An insider has disclosed that FKA's mental state has been severely altered from her relationship with Shia.Credit: Getty Images - Getty The insider spoke with The Post, and told the outlet that Shia, 34, is an “extremely troubled individual." They added that the relationship has been “hugely traumatizing for Twigs" and alluded to the fact that FKA, formally known as Tahliah Debrett Barnett, is haunted by the past. “Shia having a gun by the side of the bed and her fearing to go to the bathroom at night — it’s a primal fear to be stuck feeling helpless in the dark," they divulged. In a lawsuit filed on December 10th, FKA claimed to be in an "emotionally, physically and sexually abusive relationship" with Shia. 13They've shared that the experience has been 'traumatizing' for the singerCredit: Getty -...
    Ethan Berkowitz, who on Tuesday announced his resignation as the mayor of Anchorage, addressed the Anchorage Assembly on Tuesday, April 21, 2020. Bill Roth/Anchorage Daily News/Tribune News Service via Getty Images Ethan Berkowitz, the mayor of Anchorage, Alaska, late Tuesday announced he would resign from office effective October 23 citing "unacceptable personal conduct" involving his prior relationship with a local journalist. On Friday, Maria Athens, a local television reporter, said in a video posted to her Facebook page that she had evidence that Berkowitz had published photos of "his male genitalia posted on an underage girls website." Athens was barred from the station's newsroom the same day.  Athens was also arrested later Friday after she returned to the studio. She was charged with "assault, criminal mischief, and disorderly conduct." The Federal Bureau of Investigations in Anchorage said "there was no immediate evidence to support a violation of federal law" by Berkowitz.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Ethan Berkowitz, the mayor of Anchorage, Alaska, resigned on Tuesday after he admitted to having a previous relationship with a...
    At a time when businesses face an unprecedented threat of race-riot looting, review website Yelp has announced it will introduce warning labels that tell the public if a business has been “accused of racist behavior.” In a blog post, Yelp’s vice president of user operations said, “as the nation reckons with issues of systemic racism, we’ve seen in the last few months that there is a clear need to warn consumers about businesses associated with egregious, racially charged actions to help people make more informed spending decisions.” Lists of businesses and organizations accused of racism and bigotry are not new, but they are dangerous. The far-left Southern Poverty Law Center’s list of “hate groups,” regularly used to smear and defame mainstream conservatives, was used by a left-wing domestic terrorist to identify a target, the Family Research Council. The attempted mass shooting, by now-convicted domestic terrorist Floyd Lee Corkins, was stopped by a security guard at the FRC offices, who tackled Corkins and disarmed him, suffering a shattered arm in the process as the extremist opened fire. Conservative journalist and filmmaker...
    FORMER Alaskan Bush People star Matt Brown has disappeared from social media following accusations of rape made against him. The reality star has not posted on his social media pages since August 31, when he shared his own artwork. 10Matt has not posted on his social media pages since August 31Credit: Refer to Caption "I just put out a YouTube video where you can watch me draw a cool picture in timelapse!" he captioned the post. His disappearance on social media comes as he was accused by two different women of rape in July 2018. First accuser Jessica Jurges, 35, a one-time personal assistant of the reality TV family, alleged in an exclusive interview with The Sun that Matt ripped off her swimsuit, grabbed her arms and raped her in a swimming pool as she tried to fight him off. Shelly Dawn Early, Matt's then-manager, also alleged the 37-year-old former Alaskan Bush People star raped her three days later at the same location in Canoga Park, Los Angeles. 10His last post was a new piece of artwork. 10Matt left the show in 2018 Credit: Instagram...
    A lawyer has claimed Trump groped her breast in 2006 outside a Santa Monica hotel on her final day of law school.  The woman did not want to be named but she made the claim in an interview with E Jean Caroll, another Trump accuser who has been embroiled in a legal back and forth with the president for months. The interview was published in The Atlantic on Thursday.  The lawyer claims that she and two friends had just pulled up at the hotel - which she did not name - as Trump was emerging. 'He comes in from the side and he comes around and puts his meaty arm around me and his hand goes...and so I am immediately uncomfortable and he is like, "Hey, you want to get into the bar? I can get you in. Just you. Not your friends."  'And at this point, he is just rubbing my breast. The top of the breast, the nipple,' she said.   The lawyer is not identified but she claims Trump groped her in 2006- the year his wife Melania gave...
    Portland, Oregon’s, now-famous “Wall of Moms” — a group, “primarily of women who identify as mothers,” according to their official literature, who protest regularly against the presence of federal agents protecting a Portland federal courthouse — is facing allegations of “anti-blackness” from a black-led community group who says Wall of Moms secretly organized to accept donations and used the Black Lives Matter movement as cover for their own agenda. Oregon Live reports that Don’t Shoot PDX, a former partner of the “Wall of Moms,” claims the latter group is operating without transparency and without taking women of color into account. “Portland Wall of Moms, a group formed in recent weeks and quickly recognized as a staple of nightly downtown protests, was accused publicly Wednesday of ‘anti-Blackness’ by leaders of an existing, Black-led community group,” Oregon Live reported Thursday. Don’t Shoot PDX listed out its complaints about Wall of Moms in an Instagram post, responding to claims by Wall of Moms that women of color are being placed at the forefront of the organization, and that Wall of Moms is concerned,...
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