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Disgraced former Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been laying low a year after resigning in the wake of sexual harassment allegations, but did post a photo of himself fishing with his brother Chris last month. SOUTHAMPTON — In just one year, Andrew Cuomo has gone from being the most powerful governor in the country — and at one time the ubiquitous hero of the 2020 pandemic — to the most elusive fallen star in the Hamptons.
“I think he’s ashamed. He’s embarrassed and he doesn’t want to deal with the questions and the looks and responses he might get. He’s a bit of a hermit,” Karen Hinton, who was Cuomo’s press secretary from 1995 to 1999 and has accused him of an unwanted sexual advance, told The Post.
Other sources said that any “shame” he may have stems more from the anger he feels about losing his job — unfairly he believes — and regret about not fighting for it harder. They also speculated it’s fueling Cuomo’s disappearance from the public eye. Former Gov. Andrew Cuomo resigned in disgrace after New York state Attorney General Letitia James released a scathing report on his numerous sexual harrassment allegations. “He won’t show his face anywhere,” a longtime Hamptons insider who knows the Cuomo family said last week. “Chris [Cuomo’s disgraced younger brother] is out and about all the time. Matt Lauer did grosser things and you see him around all the time. But not Andrew. The feeling is that he has a lot of shame over what happened and he’s hiding.”
Although Cuomo, 64, has $10 million in campaign finance money, and insiders say hasn’t given up on politics, he’s also still officially homeless after leaving the Executive Mansion in Albany where he lived for 11 years. (For much of his time in office, he […]
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