Andrew Cuomo's daughter shared a post calling her dad's sexual-assault allegations 'a manufactured #MeToo-style PR offensive'

Andrew Cuomo (L), former New York Governor, and Michaela Kennedy Cuomo (R) are seen at the Eastside Heliport near Midtown on August 10, 2021 in New York City. Gotham/GC Images via Getty
Andrew Cuomo was criticized by his daughter for posting a dismissal of the sexual-assault accusations against him as "manufacture #MeToo"-style PR offensive.

Substack describes the allegations that led to Cuomo's resignation as "curiously choreographed."

According to her LinkedIn, Michaela Cuomo–Kennedy (24), fought against sexual assault in college.

Former Gov.'s youngest daughter. Andrew Cuomo shared an article describing her father's sexual assault scandal that led to him resigning as a "manufactured #MeToo PR offensive", according to the New York Post.

Michaela Kennedy Cuomo (24 years old) shared a Substack posting titled "Unprecedented Abuuse Of Power. What The Media Still isn't Telling you About The Cuomo Debacle." on Friday.

"Finally. Kennedy-Cuomo sent a tweet to her 5,700 followers, "Please read."

Michael Tracey, a journalist, published the post. It describes Cuomo's sexual assault allegations as "curiously choreographed."

It suggests that Letitia James, New York State Attorney General, had a conflict of interest in initiating an independent investigation into Cuomo’s alleged wrongdoings because she is running to be governor.

Insider reported that Cuomo had sexually harassed almost a dozen women during his independent investigation. James released a 165-page report in August that found Cuomo to have rejected 11 women's allegations of sexual misconduct.

It also stated that the "anti Cuomo putsch", was spearheaded by "people with clearly dubious motives."

Kennedy-Cuomo is a "experienced social activist" and has been active in sexual assault prevention campaigns as a student.

LinkedIn says she is the founder and president "CUSP: Cultivating upstandares for Sexual Assault Prevention", a Brown University club that "identifies attitudes and behaviors within a community that allow sexual assault to take place."

Insider reached Kennedy-Cuomo to request comment but didn't receive an immediate response.

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