The independent investigators spearheading the probe into sexual harassment allegations against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo have launched a fact-finding website.
High-profile attorneys Joon Kim and Anne Clark are asking anyone with information relating to the investigation to come forward.
Those with relevant information can contact the investigators at 212-225-3100 for voice messages, 518-545-0870 for texts or via email at email@example.com, the site says.
Kim, a former top federal prosecutor in Manhattan, and Clark, a veteran employment-discrimination lawyer, were tapped by sate Attorney General Letitia James to lead the probe on Monday.
Cuomo’s acting counsel, Beth Garvey, held a conference call with a limited number of staffers on Thursday to give them options on how to file a possible complaint against the governor, a source familiar with the matter told The Post.
The options included speaking to Garvey or to a supervisor or retaining independent counsel, the source said.
Cuomo, who is now facing allegations from at least six women, last week pledged to cooperate with the probe and urged New Yorkers, “Wait for the facts before you form an opinion.”
The Albany Police Department has also been formally notified about the most recent and most serious claim to date, that Cuomo allegedly groped a female staffer at the Executive Mansion, according to sources.
More than 55 Democratic state legislators have called for the governor to resign — and the Assembly speaker appears to be laying the groundwork for beginning impeachment proceedings.