Former Gov. Andrew Cuomo will discuss publicly “relatively soon” about the sexual harassment scandal that pressured him from business — and has no designs to “move on,” his defense law firm stated Thursday.

Cuomo has not established a date for his re-emergence immediately after much more than six months out of the spotlight, attorney Rita Glavin said in the course of a digital news conference. But Glavin reported, “I do hope you are going to be hearing from the governor somewhat soon on this challenge.”

“He will not let this go,” she claimed.

“It is insulting to notify somebody, when they have been treated wrongly and unfairly, to just go on. He is not going to transfer on.”

Glavin also claimed that 5 felony investigations proved Cuomo didn’t harass any one, even nevertheless several district lawyers called his accusers “credible.”

“Five district lawyers reviewed the proof and right after hunting at the proof and hunting at the law, those people 5 district attorneys all declared that they’re not going to provide expenses,” she claimed.

“That’s due to the fact Gov. Cuomo did not sexually harass any individual.”

Glavin also claimed of Cuomo’s accusers, “The proof reveals it is not 11 women — it’s zero.”

“When you utilize the proof and the regulation, zero females had been harassed,” she explained.

“When you implement the proof and the legislation, zero women of all ages were harassed,” Rita Glavin explained.
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Glavin’s assertions came after she previously acknowledged that some of the accusations against Cuomo may possibly have experienced advantage, when she wrote in October that “even if you have been to acknowledge every complaint as simple fact (which we do not), a lot more than 50 % of the complainant’s allegations do not meet up with the conventional of sexual harassment established forth in legislation.”

Cuomo has also acknowledged that some of his actions were inappropriate, indicating in his resignation speech, “In my mind, I have never ever crossed the line with any one. But I didn’t understand the extent to which the line has been redrawn.”

During a Q&A with reporters, Glavin on Thursday all but admitted that Cuomo had violated the state’s policy towards sexual harassment, expressing, “The point out plan is not the law.”

“And, you know, kissing a person on the cheek is not sexual harassment. It just is not. You have to glance at the context, you have to glimpse at the all round habits, and in our perspective, the governor did not violate the law.”

Sexual harassment isn’t a criminal offense underneath New York law, but district attorneys in Manhattan, Albany and Westchester, Nassau and Oswego counties all released probes into allegations that he subjected numerous gals to undesirable touching and kissing.

Previous Gov. Andrew Cuomo resigned amid a barrage of sexual harassment allegations in August 2021.
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The accusations — such as from a condition trooper who was assigned to his protecting element — had been outlined in the bombshell report from Legal professional Typical Letitia James that forced Cuomo to resign under threat of impeachment in August.

The most serious allegation — that Cuomo, 64, groped 33-calendar year-outdated aide Brittany Commisso in Albany’s Government Mansion in December 2020 — led to the filing of a misdemeanor cost of forcible touching.

But that case was dropped by Albany County District Legal professional David Soares, who mentioned that despite the fact that Commisso was “cooperative and credible, soon after evaluate of all the obtainable proof we have concluded that we can’t fulfill our burden at trial.”

The other prosecutors also declined to prosecute Cuomo, with Oswego DA Gregory Oakes most a short while ago saying there wasn’t “a adequate authorized foundation to deliver legal expenses.”

Oakes added, nevertheless, that “this selection is not an exoneration.”

Also through her news conference, Glavin claimed Cuomo “is going to individually make a complaint” alleging lawyer misconduct by James and the lawyers she employed to look into him, former acting Manhattan US Legal professional Joon Kim and Anne Clark.

The complaint will involve what Glavin identified as “clear evidence of perjury and witness tampering” that she explained was “based on the minimal proof uncovered to date” and “could extend as far more proof is uncovered.”

A James spokesperson claimed, “For months, Andrew Cuomo has been hiding driving his marketing campaign lawyer and falsely crying ‘witch hunt’ even with earlier admitting to this misconduct a number of times.”

“If he thinks he has a genuine legal circumstance, he should go in advance and file it. These assaults are disgraceful and yet an additional determined charade to mask the truth of the matter: Andrew Cuomo is a serial sexual harasser,” the spokesperson included.

Kim and Clark did not promptly return requests for comment.