The aide who accuses Governor Cuomo of groping her speaks publicly for the first time. In an interview with "CBS This Morning" and the Times Union, Brittany Commisso said filing a criminal complaint was "the right thing to do," and that Cuomo "needs to be held accountable." She added, "what he did to me was a crime, he broke the law."
Commisso, known before only as "executive assistant #1", was one of eleven women whose allegations of harassment were detailed in last week's bombshell report by the state Attorney General. She also filed a criminal complaint with the Albany County Sheriff's office last week.
On Saturday, Cuomo's attorney Rita Glavin reiterated that the governor claims he not grope her.
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