Mr Allot submitted his resignation in an open letter to the Chief Executive of the Selby District Council and the Police Area Returning Officer.
Mr Lott said he apologized “insecurely” for his remarks, saying “they do not reflect my views”.
He said: “I am speaking wrong and I am deeply saddened by the impact it has had on the victims of crime and the groups that support them. I have tried to say this over and over again but I Admittedly, what I said was not always heard. As I intended. “
Mr Duden told Sky News: “The prime minister and I were outraged by what he said. It was completely unacceptable.
In his resignation letter, Mr Allot said he was “doing a respectable job” after a meeting of the North Yorkshire Fire and Crime Panel on Thursday, which gave him a vote of no confidence in continuing his role.
He said: “After this morning’s meeting of the police and the crime panel, it is clear to me that this task will be extremely difficult, if at all possible. It will take a long time and a lot of resources in my office. And many groups that do their best to help victims.
“This is a time when victims do not have it. Today, women and girls in York and North Yorkshire are suffering at the hands of men. Victims and their support groups need to be heard. About my future.”
“That’s why I’m doing an honorable job and resigning as Commissioner of Police, Fire and Crime – to restore confidence in the office that I think would be almost impossible for me to do, and the voices of the victims.” The constant commotion that surrounds me without being able to hear clearly.
“I entered public life because I wanted to make a difference. I still do. So, as an individual, I pledge to do my best to help the affected groups. Police, fire and The promise I made as a crime commissioner was real. That’s what I will keep. “
Cousins, a metropolitan police officer, falsely arrested Ms Evard when she went home before being raped and murdered in south London.