Andrew Cuomo’s daughter shared a post dismissing her father’s sexual-assault allegations as a “manufacture #MeToo-style PR offensive.”
The Substack post describes the allegations, which led to Cuomo’s resignation, as “curiously choreographed.”
Michaela Cuomo-Kennedy, 24, campaigned against sexual assault while at college, according to her LinkedIn.
The youngest daughter of former Gov. Andrew Cuomo has shared an article dismissing her father’s sexual-assault scandal, which led to his resignation, as a “manufactured #MeToo-style PR offensive,” the New York Post reported.
Michaela Kennedy-Cuomo, 24, shared a Substack post titled “Unprecedented Abuse Of Power: What The Media Still Isn’t Telling You About The Cuomo Debacle” on her Twitter account on Friday.
“Finally. Please read,” Kennedy-Cuomo tweeted to her 5,700 followers.
The post, self-published by journalist Michael Tracey, describes sexual assault allegations against Cuomo as “curiously choreographed.”
It also suggests that New York State Attorney General Letitia James had a “conflict of interest” in launching an independent investigation into Cuomo’s alleged wrongdoing because she is running for governor.
The independent investigation found that Cuomo sexually harassed nearly a dozen women, Insider previously reported. Cuomo rejected the sexual misconduct allegations by 11 women in a 165-page report released by James in August.
The post also said that the “anti-Cuomo putsch” was “spearheaded by people with manifestly dubious motives.”
Kennedy-Cuomo, who describes herself as an “experienced social activist” on her LinkedIn profile, has previously campaigned against sexual assault while a student.
According to her LinkedIn, she was the founder and president of “CUSP: Cultivating Upstandares for Sexual Assault Prevention” – a Brown University club that “identifies the attitudes and behaviors in a given community that allows sexual assault to occur.”
Insider reached out to Kennedy-Cuomo for comment, but did not immediately receive a response.
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