President of Massachusetts’ state Senate decides to step down while his husband is investigated for allegedly sexually assaulting several men

Tuesday, December 5, 2017
By Paul Martin

Stan Rosenberg, the president of Massachusetts’ state Senate, is relinquishing his role during a sexual misconduct investigation against husband, Bryon Hefner
Rosenberg informed senators just prior to a closed-door Democratic caucus that he would step aside temporarily, though he would remain in the Senate
Several men told the Boston Globe that Hefner sexually assaulted or harassed them, including three men who said Hefner grabbed their genitals
Attorney General Maura Healey and Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel Conley, both Democrats, said they are prepared to launch an investigation
DAILYMAIL.COM
5 December 2017

The president of Massachusetts’ state Senate changed course Monday and agreed to relinquish his leadership responsibilities during an investigation into sexual misconduct allegations involving his husband.

President Stan Rosenberg, a Democrat, had originally said he would recuse himself only from any matters related to the investigation or the allegations against Bryon Hefner.

Rosenberg informed senators just prior to a closed-door Democratic caucus that he would step aside temporarily, though he would remain in the Senate.

‘I believe taking a leave of absence from the Senate Presidency during the investigation is in the best interest of the Senate,’ Rosenberg said in a statement. ‘I want to ensure that the investigation is fully independent and credible, and that anyone who wishes to come forward will feel confident that there will be no retaliation.’

Rosenberg, who has not been accused of wrongdoing, expressed shock over the allegations reported last week by The Boston Globe. The Democrat maintained that his husband had no influence over his policy decisions or actions by the Senate.

Several men told the Globe that Hefner sexually assaulted or harassed them, including three men who said Hefner grabbed their genitals. The men, who were not named by the Globe, said they did not report the alleged incidents partly because they did not want to alienate the powerful Senate leader.

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One Response to “President of Massachusetts’ state Senate decides to step down while his husband is investigated for allegedly sexually assaulting several men”

  1. Dave

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