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Cuomo faces new sexual harassment claims from current aide

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Alyssa McGrath, a current aide to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, is the latest woman to accuse him of sexual harassment. Meg Oliver has more.

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NORAH O'DONNELL: And also this. Just moments ago, we learned about an eighth woman accusing New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment. It is the first time a current member of his staff is speaking out publicly. CBS's Meg Oliver has the latest.

MEG OLIVER: Current Cuomo aide Alyssa McGrath, 33, is the latest woman to describe a series of unsettling encounters with Governor Andrew Cuomo. Telling the New York Times, the governor called her and her co-worker "mingle mamas". She said he would ogle her body, remark on her looks, and make suggestive comments to her and another executive aide.

She described one unnerving encounter with the governor. "I looked up to see what was going on and he was blatantly looking down my shirt." McGrath told the Times, "You walk away from the encounter or conversation in your head going, I can't believe I just had that interaction with the governor of New York." But does not accuse him of making sexual contact with her, but says his actions amount to sexual harassment.

Earlier, former Cuomo aide Charlotte Bennett sat down with Norah for an exclusive interview.

CHARLOTTE BENNETT: I thought, he was trying to sleep with me.

NORAH O'DONNELL:

MEG OLIVER: Do you think Governor Cuomo should resign?

- Governor Cuomo at this point, must resign.

MEG OLIVER: And the FBI is now investigating whether Governor Cuomo's most senior aides played a role in withholding the true count of nursing home deaths from the public for months. Cuomo has said he never touched anyone inappropriately and has rejected calls for his resignation from most of the state's Democratic leaders.

He has asked New Yorkers to await the results of an investigation headed by State Attorney General Letitia James. . Even as his aides mount their own parallel review Meg Oliver, CBS News, New York.