Lindsey Boylan, the former aide of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo who came forward with sexual harassment accusations, on Saturday reacted quickly after two more women came forward with sexual misconduct claims.
“Resign you disgusting monster,” Boylan posted on Twitter.
Boylan, 36, wrote an essay on Medium last month detailing how Cuomo said to her, “Let’s play strip poker,” among other allegations.
Charlotte Bennett, 25, another former Cuomo aide, and Anna Ruch, 33, a woman who had encountered Cuomo at a wedding in 2019 also accused Cuomo of sexual misconduct.
The two newest accusers came forward Saturday.
Karen Hinton, a former press aide to Cuomo, described being invited into Cuomo’s hotel room in 2000. Meanwhile, Ana Liss, another former aidem claimed the governor touched her inappropriately and had asked probing questions about her private life. After Hinton and Liss shared their stories,
Boylan tweeted messages of support after the news broke.
“Thank you Karen Hinton for courageously sharing your story of how our boss, one of the most powerful men in the country, used his power to abuse you,” Boylan wrote. “I am sending you love. I am with you. We are with you.”
She also posted, “I am very proud of Ana Liss. She is brave and she speaks for me too. It’s extremely destructive that our boss, the governor of New York, treated us this way.”