There is “overwhelming evidence” that former Gov. Andrew Cuomo engaged in sexual harassment while in office, according to a report released Monday that was commissioned by the state Assembly.

The report, a continuation of the Assembly’s impeachment investigation into Cuomo, who resigned in August, stated it was based on accounts from more than 200 people, as well as 600,000 pages of documents, from BlackBerry messages, to photographs to government documents.

“We have reviewed the former Governor’s challenges to the allegations, and nothing in his voluminous submissions can overcome the overwhelming evidence of his misconduct,” the report stated.

The report also concluded that the governor’s office revised a state health department report on nursing home deaths in an effort to push back on criticism of Cuomo's handling of COVID-19 infections in nursing homes.

The report also found that Cuomo had senior state officials work “extensively” on his book about the pandemic, from which he was guaranteed a $5.2 million advance, to the point where at least one official said his work on the book compromised his ability to focus on COVID-19 itself.

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