A former aide who claims Gov. James E. McGreevey sexually harassed him said he would not sue the governor.
The governor's resignation announcement was sufficient admission of his wrongdoing, Golan Cipel said in a statement written in Hebrew and released in New York by an Israeli public relations agency. Cipel is in seclusion with his family in Israel.
McGreevey announced Aug. 12 that he was gay and would resign from office Nov. 15 because he had an extramarital affair with a man. Administration sources identified the other man in the relationship as Cipel.