The latest allegations against a New York state assemblyman could find ladies of the evening joining alongside a growing number of Democratic officials calling for his resignation.
Just days after three women filed a similar claim, a fourth woman said she was sexually harassed by Democratic state Assemblyman Dennis Gabryszak.
Caitrin Kennedy filed the complaint, which included a statement that Gabryszak said “if workers in the sex trade were to unionize, he would no longer be able to afford their services.”
So much for the Democratic mantra of uplifting the middle class.
In addition, Kennedy also said Gabryszak suggested she kiss another woman, said he would like to get in the hot tub with her and told her they should attend a couples’ massage and visit strip clubs.
The 62-year-old married Democrat is also accused of pressuring the other women to stay overnight with him in hotels and visit massage parlors with him, and of sending videos of himself in a bathroom “either receiving or pretending to receive” oral sex, the New York Daily News reported.
The patronizing of prostitutes seems to be a recurring theme, as one victim states that she saw web pages that advertised escort services on his computer, and she even received a voice mail “from a woman leaving her measurements,” according to the Mental Recession.
In the end, it’s just another chapter in the rich history of New York politicians and prostitutes.
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