A fifth woman has come forward with accusations of sexual misconduct against New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. This news comes just hours after a fourth woman also made her accusations public.
In an interview with Washington Post, Karen Hinton claims the governor summoned her to his 'dimly lit' hotel room and embraced her after a work event in 2000. She describes pulling away and the Governor pulling her back towards him. She then managed to escape the room.
Hinton is now the fifth woman to make these accusations and follows earlier breaking news of the same caliber. Earlier today, The Post Millennial reported on a story involving Ana Liss, who served as a policy and operations aide to Mr. Cuomo between 2013 and 2015.
'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," said Lindsay Boylan, who is among the five women accusing Governor Cuomo of sexual misconduct. "I am sending you love. I am with you. We are with you," she concluded.
Included in both news items related to Hinton and Liss are testimonies from two male aides who claimed the governor would berate them and call them "pussies" and saying that they "have not balls." Described as a toxic, it remains to be seen whether Governor Cuomo will resign from his post.