Brittany Commisso just sunk New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. She filed a criminal complaint against the disgraced Dem and now she is talking to the media. She worked as an executive assistant in the governor’s office in 2017.
“To me this was a dream job. And it unfortunately turned into a nightmare,” she said.
“I believe that my story appears first due to the nature of the inappropriate conduct that the governor did to me,” Commisso said. “I believe that he groped me, he touched me, not only once, but twice.”
“He was to my left. I was on the right. With my right hand, I took the selfie,” she said. “I then felt while taking the selfie, his hand go down my back onto my butt, and he started rubbing it. Not sliding it. Not, you know, quickly brushing over it — rubbing my butt.”
“I was embarrassed,” she said.
“Not only embarrassed for what was going on, I was embarrassed that a governor wanted a selfie and I couldn’t take it.
“I was so nervous. I remember looking at them, and when he said, ‘can I see them?’
“I showed him them.
And he said, ‘Oh, those aren’t – those aren’t good.’”
“So we sat down on the couch and in the photo I have my arm wrapped around his shoulder, almost as if we were taking a picture with a buddy. And I got a clear photo sitting down,” Commisso said.
“And that is the one that has been blurred out that has been now released to the public.”
She said he hugged her in a “sexually aggressive manner.”
“It was then that I said, you know, governor, you know, you’re — my words were ‘you’re going to get us in trouble.’ And I thought to myself, that probably wasn’t the best thing to say,” Commisso said.
“He came back to me and that’s when he put his hand up my blouse and cupped my breast over my bra,” she said. “I exactly remember looking down, seeing his hand, which is a large hand, thinking to myself, ‘Oh, my God. This is happening.’”
“It happened so quick, he didn’t say anything. When I stopped it, he just pulled away and walked away.”
Cuomo has denied the accusations. She ripped him for it calling his denial disgusting.
I know the truth. He knows the truth. I know what happened and so does he,” she said. “I don’t believe that there were 10 staff there that day. I don’t believe his family was there that day. And if that’s what he has to say to make himself feel better, I really, I feel sorry for him.”
“He almost has this smirk that he thinks that he’s untouchable,” Commisso said. “I almost feel like he has this sense of almost a celebrity status and it just — that was the tipping point. I broke down. I said ‘He is lying.’”
“I felt like he was personally saying it to me that ‘I never touched anyone inappropriately,’” Commisso added. “And, yes, you did.”
“I hope that the other women understand and that I’ve seen them and I support them. And I thank them, because without them, I don’t know if I would have come forward.”
“I was afraid that if I had come forward, and revealed my name, that the governor and his ‘enablers’ I like to call them would viciously attack me, would smear my name as I had seen and heard them do before to people,” she said.