A leading women’s group on Saturday called on Democratic mayoral hopeful Scott Stringer to drop out of the race in the wake of troubling sexual misconduct allegations made by a second woman against him, ripping him as “unfit” to hold the office.
“The mounting allegations against Scott Stringer are deeply disturbing. They reveal a pattern of sexual harassment and misconduct that should not be tolerated in any workplace, or by any person, let alone a public figure,” the organization, UltraViolet, said in a statement.
Teresa Logan has accused of Stringer of groping her while she was a waitress.
“The accusations against Stringer, coupled with his deeply problematic responses to these accusations, demonstrate that he is unfit to serve as mayor of the largest city in this country,” the statement reads.
“Stringer should withdraw from the New York City mayoral race and commit to addressing the harm he has caused,” the statement continued.
On Friday Teresa Logan, 47,