Elyse Buxbaum (Scott Stringer’s Wife) Biography: Wiki, Age, Children, Accused Of Sexual Abuse And Harassment Full Details

Who is Elyse Buxbaum? Elyse Buxbaum Bio/Wiki

Elyse Buxbaum is the wife of Scott Stringer.

On Tuesday, April 27, a former intern for New York City comptroller and mayoral candidate Scott Stringer accused him of sexual assault and rape. Despite Stringer’s denial of the allegations in a statement, all eyes are on his wife, Elyse Buxbaum, to see how she reacts to the allegations.

Stringer allegedly groped and kissed her sexually without permission while he was a member of the New York Assembly and running for Public Advocate of NYC, according to an anonymous woman who claims to have served as an unpaid intern while he was in the Assembly more than a decade ago.

He was said to have offered the woman a role as a district chief. He was accused by the woman, who was then an unpaid intern, of ordering her to keep the alleged sexual assault a secret. An attorney for the alleged victim says further information will be released on Wednesday, April 28.


She is 38 years old.


They have 2 children named Sarah, Maxwell, and Miles.

Elyse Buxbaum And Scott Stringer

Stringer, the Manhattan borough president, married Elyse Buxbaum, a museum administrator by trade, in 2010. They married in New Haven’s City Hall. Their wedding was officiated by New Haven Mayor John DeStefano Jr.

The pair is an outspoken supporter of LGBTQ rights, holding their legal wedding in Connecticut to protest the fact that same-s*x couples cannot legally marry in New York. Buxbaum works at the Jewish Museum in New York as the deputy director of production. Her education began at Hopkins High School and ended at Brandeis University, where she received her diploma.

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She also has a master’s degree in arts management from Columbia. Susan Alderman Buxbaum and Barry I Buxbaum of New Haven are her parents.

Elyse has worked at the National Museum of Women in the Arts (Washington, DC), Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution (New York, NY), and the CUNY Creative Arts Team. Stringer said he met Buxbaum over the years at work-related activities, and things just blossomed between them. Stringer said in a 2010 interview that, “I’ve been seeing her for a while, and it just accelerated.”

He added, “I’m the happiest guy!”

Accused Of Sexual Abuse And Harassment Full Details

Stringer, for his part, issued the following statement, “I firmly believe that all survivors of harassment have the right to come forward. I will reserve further comment until this person has had the opportunity to share their story. For now, let me say without equivocation: these allegations are untrue and do not reflect my interactions with anyone, including any woman or member of my staff.”

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