BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says that a state assemblyman accused of sexual harassment should resign if the allegations are true.
Assemblyman Dennis Gabryszak was accused in a legal filing Thursday of a series of outrageous abuses.
Three women who worked as political aides for the Cheektowaga Democrat say he repeatedly subjected them to sex talk.
They say he told his female aides they should wear bikinis, made salacious comments about his genitalia and event sent one woman a video in which he appeared to be engaged in a sex act.
Cuomo told WIVB-TV (http://bit.ly/1evNMZX ) at an appearance in Buffalo on Saturday that if the allegations are true, "He has to be out. Period. End of story."
Phone calls to Gabryszak's offices were not returned.
Information from: WIVB-TV, http://www.wivb.com