South Korean comedian Park Na-rae allegedly placed the doll's arm between its legs to resemble a penis during a segment for her YouTube series "Hey Narae."
Prince Andrew has set up a business with a friend who left Queen Elizabeth II's bank in disgrace following sexual harassment allegations by a junior colleague.
During a trip to the gas station, a female driver was so appalled by a young woman's beige outfit she called out, "How much is your hymen worth?"
The Siena College Research Institute found that 44 percent of registered voters in the Empire State think their governor has committed sexual harassment, while 22 percent think he hasn't.
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"New York, don't let this become our brand," the former Cuomo aide tweeted Saturday, along with an image of the display that appeared to be a jab against the governor.
The VA supervisor allegedly asked the woman's relationship status and offered to drive her home. When she refused, he brought up his PTSD issues and told her about the guns at his home.
The woman claimed Cuomo groped her in a sexually aggressive manner at the governor's mansion in Albany.
"She has decided to break her silence and overcome her fear," Sherry Vill's attorney, Gloria Allred, said during a press conference.
Debra Katz, Bennett's attorney, said to investigators that Cuomo handed the ex-aide a copy of the lyrics to the Irish ballad "Danny Boy" and told her to memorize them.
Alyssa McGrath, a current aide to Democratic New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, is the ninth woman to allege sexual harassment from the governor in recent weeks.
Posts with the "#97percent" hashtag were viewed over 23 million times on the popular social media platform.
24 percent believe he is not guilty and 41 percent are undecided, according to a poll released Monday.
House Speaker Pelosi said the embattled New York governor "should look inside his heart ... to see if he can govern effectively."
"Some supporter of women, huh? A woman paraded around as a champion of women, quick to believe all women unless it doesn't work to her political advantage," the Fox News host said in comments about the vice president.
Six women have accused New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment. Some of the women had worked as his aides.
Where were the bystanders? What were they thinking? Why didn't they intervene?
There are a lot of people who have a considerable amount of soul-searching to do.
Both Schumer and Gillibrand were questioned this week about the allegations against the three-term New York governor, but both stopped short of calling for his resignation.
"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.
By Friday, at least 121 members of the New York State Assembly and Senate have called for the embattled governor to leave his post, including 65 Democrats and 56 Republicans.
Impeachment could be on the horizon for New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, with the Democrat continuing to refuse calls to resign following the emergence of a sixth sexual harassment allegation.
"The allegations of these women are very, very troubling," Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, a New York Democrat, said.
"Is there a different standard? I guess one could conclude that," the Michigan governor told Politico on Thursday.
More than 55 Democratic New York state legislators have signed a letter calling on the governor to resign.
Cuomo failed to protect the vulnerable women working for him as he did the vulnerable seniors and disabled New Yorkers in his care. He seems to have thought in both cases only of gratifying himself.
"I'm focusing on my job," the New York governor said when asked if he'll seek reelection.
The woman alleges that the New York governor inappropriately touched her late last year during an encounter at his house.
"Our family is all rallied around him," Maria Cuomo Cole said about the governor's recent controversies. "He has our 100 percent confidence."
Nearly three-quarters of New York's Democratic voters continue to approve of the governor in the wake of multiple allegations of sexual assault.