NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The fallout continues after former Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s resignation over sexual harassment allegations.

The Human Rights Campaign, a leading LGBTQ advocacy group, has fired its president.

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The group’s board said it fired Alphonso David after a report revealed he advised the Cuomo administration in responding to one of Cuomo’s accusers.

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The board said David violated its conflict of interest policy.

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David said in a statement the board acted unjustly and should expect a legal challenge.

CBSNewYork Team