The sexually perverted apple doesn’t far from the tree.
However that saying really goes, it seems to apt for the Cuomo family as yet another member has been accused of sexual misconduct.
Reports reveal the disgraced CNN anchor Chris Cuomo had a sexual misconduct allegation against him, which reportedly may have contributed to his firing.
The news of Chris Cuomo’s misconduct comes just after his brother, befallen Governor of New York Andrew Cuomo, plunges deep into a legal battle over his own sexual perversion.
Chris Cuomo’s accuser is being represented by left-wing attorney Debra Katz, who also represented one of Andrew Cuomo’s accusers. She said that her unnamed client came forward with allegations of sexual misconduct against Cuomo after he made comments on-air positioning himself as an ally of women.
Katz said her client reported the allegations to CNN and offered to provide “documentary evidence.”
The allegations against Cuomo were made by a junior colleague from another network who did not work for CNN, and many are speculating that network was ABC.
Steven Goldberg, a spokesperson for Chris Cuomo, denied the allegations.
Earlier last week, CNN suspended Chris Cuomo indefinitely after unearthed text messages revealed that he used his media sources to discredit his brother Andrew’s accusers, raising “serious concerns” about his ethical conduct.
Text messages suggest Chris Cuomo was feeding Melissa DeRosa (Andrew Cuomo's top aide) info about the timing of Ronan Farrow's piece on Andrew's sexual harassment, retaliation.
(There was a period when all of Albany was walking on eggshells, waiting for a Farrow bombshell.) pic.twitter.com/4T1GKCBwDM
— Jon Campbell (@JonCampbellNY) November 29, 2021
The leaked text messages show the close “professional” relationship between the Cuomo brothers despite Chris claiming on-air he wasn’t involved with Andrew’s governorship.
Meanwhile, this isn’t the first allegation of sexual misconduct against Chris Cuomo.
In September 2005 Chris Cuomo was accused by a former boss, Shelley Ross, of groping her at a party.
“I was at the party with my husband, who sat behind me on an ottoman sipping his Diet Coke as I spoke with work friends. When Mr. Cuomo entered the Upper West Side bar, he walked toward me and greeted me with a strong bear hug while lowering one hand to firmly grab and squeeze the cheek of my buttock,” she claimed.
Ross described Cuomo as saying, “I can do this now that you’re no longer my boss.”
The burning questions remains: Will Chris Cuomo use the “I’m Italian” defense just like his brother did to justify groping and kissing women in the workplace?
Author: Asa McCue