A day after the final report into the sexual harassment accusations surrounding former state Assemblyman Dennis Gabryszak was released, Gabryszak’s attorney announced a judge dismissed the civil lawsuits of three of his accusers.

Buffalo-based attorney Terry Connors told Time Warner Cable News Buffalo a judge dismissed the cases of Trina Tardone, Emily Trimper and former TV host Kristy Mazurek.  The cases were reportedly dismissed because the statute of limitations, which is three years, passed before the lawsuits were filed.

Connors said the judge is also limiting the number of claims in the remaining lawsuits to two rather than 80.

The judge issued the ruling last week. Gabryszak, 64, of Cheektowaga retired in January 2014 following sexual harassment allegations from seven separate staffers.

The report, released Wednesday by JCOPE, lays out a string of “sexually inappropriate behavior” by Gabryszak, including one incident in which he told a female staffer he was “aroused” when talking about going to strip clubs.  He would ask the woman to get him information on his cell phone or iPad, knowing she would view pictures of naked women or escort service information.

The report concluded Gabryszak broke the public officer’s law through the sexual harassment of legislative aides and the misuse of public resources for political purposes.