The lawyers involved have spent months speaking to women who say Cuomo touched them inappropriately and make sexual remarks.
The 30-year-old took to the Chinese social media platform Weibo to deny the teen sex allegations on Monday morning.
The Korean spin-off of America's SNL came under fire in 2016 after crew members were accused of sexually harassing some K-pop stars who appeared on the show.
In a series of videos posted on YouTube in recent weeks, fugitive mob boss Sedat Peker made claims of corruption, drug trafficking and covering up murder against ruling figures in the Turkish government.
The network said their anchor recognizes "it was inappropriate to engage in conversations that included members of the Governor's staff" after the Washington Post reported that he encouraged his brother not to resign amid sexual harassment allegations.
Carson King has been absent from social media since the allegations were made against him in January.
GOP Congressman Matt Gaetz reportedly made the comments while addressing Republicans during Saturday's Ohio Political Summit.
The New York governor maintained that he did nothing wrong in regard to the sexual harassment allegations against him.
Gaetz referenced allegations against him in a speech he gave at a Women for America First event on Friday night.
In a statement, the women called on other elected officials to speak out in support of the congressman amid allegations that he had a sexual relationship with teenage girl.
The woman claimed Cuomo groped her in a sexually aggressive manner at the governor's mansion in Albany.
"If I'm going to say that about President Trump, which I did, then I'm going to say the exact same thing about Andrew Cuomo if we're going to be consistent."
"I can speak out because I have 'survived' Camp Cuomo. The others are still living it," former Capitol reporter Jessica Bakeman wrote in an op-ed.
"Is there a different standard? I guess one could conclude that," the Michigan governor told Politico on Thursday.
Boylan said she was moved to speak out against the governor after seeing he had been floated to lead the U.S. Justice Department under President Joe Biden.
New York Attorney General Letitia James announced that her office had been given the referral necessary to begin with an independent investigation into the claims of sexual harassment against Governor Andrew Cuomo.
The former Cuomo aide made her first public remarks following her allegations of sexual harassment against the governor and his subsequent apology.
A reference to the allegations was mentioned in an Atlantic article in 2004, but was dismissed as a smear.
"The filmmakers haven't contacted me since October, when I told them I wouldn't give permission for the film to be released," Adam Ellis told Newsweek on Monday.
After 21 men accused Lincoln Project co-founder John Weaver of sexually harassing them online, the group and its other founders have publicly disavowed Weaver.
President Trump may be vulnerable to numerous federal charges that he could forestall by pardoning himself before leaving office.
Former Lunch Club members make their statements amid allegations against collaborator and YouTuber Carson King.
"If he had voted for Joe Biden or he had written Donald Duck or Mickey Mouse, we would still be prosecuting this case," Delaware County District Attorney Jack Stollsteimer said.
In a Friday statement, Disabled American Veterans said that Veteran Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie "breached the trust of those whom he is beholden to honor and serve."
Geoff Duncan said President Donald Trump and his GOP allies should consider the damage they are doing to the Republican Party.
Filed by the son of a Tyson Foods employee who died due to coronavirus, the lawsuit alleges that supervisors participated in a "betting pool" over which employees would test positive for COVID-19.
CNN alleged that the pile of paperwork presented on television by White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany was "full of nothing."
"We applaud the decision," the Michigan Democratic Party said in a statement about the decision to certify Clark County's presidential ballots.
According to the lawsuit, the alleged sexual assault left the victim "physically injured, mentally horrified" and in "emotional duress."
"Our system isn't what we thought it was," Fox News host Tucker Carlson said Monday. "It's not as fair as it should be, not even close."