The Washington Postpublished a bombshell report on Thursday about the ongoing Charlie Rosesexual-harassment scandal - with allegations of abuse from 27 additional women, including some who claimed they complained about his behavior to CBS News managers and supervisors.
In a story published Thursday, the Post said it had found 27 more women who said Rose harassed them.
The most recent example of a CBS manager being alerted to Rose's behavior was in early 2017 when Brooke Harris, then 24, was reassigned to work in the studio during morning hours - at which point she claims Rose approached her and then began taking her to expensive restaurants during lunch and touted opportunities at "60 Minutes" and PBS.
The Post said Rose, 76, told the newspaper in an email that its story was inaccurate and unfair.
In November, eight women who interacted with Rose at PBS (where he had a popular, long-running talk show) accused the longtime TV host of engaging in behavior that included unwanted advances and groping, among other things. Rose issued an apology.
"I'm sick of handling it; I just want us to move forward", King said, leaving us wondering how Rose's alleged victims felt watching her.
The report by The Washington Post claims that concerns regarding Rose's sexual behavior were raised in the company since 1986. "This other personality would come through, and the groping would happen", she said.
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"Since we terminated Charlie Rose, we've worked to strengthen existing systems to ensure a safe environment where everyone can do their best work", the statement to the Post reads. Rose squeezed her breast during the vehicle ride from the airport, Collins said.
She said she's sick of covering it, for instance.
CBS News management was notified of a complaint about Rose as far back as 1986 according to the Post's investigation.
According to the Post, Rhodes issued a memo in March that said he was not aware of harassment by Charlie Rose at CBS. The Post said Vega did not respond to a request for comment. That is why we have taken these actions'. "He's gone. He is not coming back to CBS News", she said, noting John Dickerson has replaced Rose on the program she co-hosts with Norah O'Donnell and "all we can do is continue to do the best possible job we can". In the November WaPo article, which detailed a number of incidents from staffers or interns of the PBS show, Vega said, "I should have stood up for them".
Rose worked on several shows at the network, most recently as an anchor on "CBS This Morning" and as a correspondent on "60 Minutes".
"That said, we can not corroborate or confirm numerous situations described", the statement continued. The producer, who she declined to name, allegedly laughed and told her, "Fine, you don't have to be alone with him anymore".
"It was a sexual land mine everywhere you stepped", Homan-Ross, now 61, said of working at Nightwatch in D.C. The lawsuit was settled confidentially in 1987. "We are not done with this process". "None of the women who made accusations against Rose to The Post worked for PBS or CBS", according to the original Post story.