Gov. Andrew Cuomo has now weighed in on Assemblyman Micah Kellner’s sexual harassment scandal, calling on the Upper East Side Democrat to “immediately deny these allegations or resign.”

“The latest reports of sexual harassment in the Assembly should be the last straw,” Cuomo said in a statement.

“This pattern of behavior is repugnant by every standard and directly contradicts the policies the Assembly has advanced for the last 20 years.”

“Assemblymember Micah Kellner’s conduct, confirmed by the Assembly Ethics and Guidance Committee’s investigation, has no place in New York State government.”

Cuomo’s statement comes on the heels of an Ethics Committee report delivered yesterday to Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver that found Kellner had created a hostile working environment in his legislative office by sexually harassing both male and female staffers.

Silver responded by stripping Kellner of his committee chairmanship, banning him from having interns and freezing his staff allocation, effectively preventing him from hiring in the future.

Cuomo also reiterated his call for Western New York Democratic Assemblyman Dennis Gabryszak, who is also the subject of an Ethics Committee investigation, to either deny the sexual harassment allegations lodged against him by four female staffers or resign.

“If they do not resign,” Cuomo said of Kellner and Gabryszak, “the Assembly must send a clear message that they do not tolerate this abuse of women and should seriously consider moving to expel them if they seek to return this coming session.”

“Enough is enough. It’s a new year; let’s start with a clean slate.”