Scott Stringer faces new groping allegations from second accuser

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A second woman has accused Democratic mayoral candidate Scott Stringer of sexual misconduct, according to a report Friday.

Teresa Logan told the New York Times that Stringer — the outgoing city comptroller — groped and kissed her without consent when she worked as a waitress at a bar he co-founded and helped run nearly 30 years ago.

Logan said the first incident took place at the since-shuttered Uptown Local in spring 1992, when she was 18 and Stringer was 32.

In a statement released by his campaign, Stringer said, “While I do not remember Ms. Logan, if I ever did anything to make her uncomfortable, I am sorry.”

In a statement to the Times, he added: “Uptown Local was a long-ago chapter in my life from the early 1990s and it was all a bit of a mess.”

In April, Stringer’s campaign was upended when lobbyist Jean Kim alleged that he repeatedly groped her in 2001, when she was an unpaid intern on his campaign for public advocate, and asked her, “Why won’t you f–k me?”

Stringer denied sexually assaulting Kim and claimed they had a consensual, “on-and-off” relationship for several months.

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