Charlie Rose Accused of Sexual Harassment by 27 More Women

Charlie Rose accused of sexual harassment by 27 more women — and at least three CBS managers were notified of his behavior report

Charlie Rose attends the 2017 CBS Upfront

In November, when the initial allegations became public, 76-year-old Rose apologized for his "inappropriate behavior" but noted that he doesn't believe that all the allegations were accurate.

After months of investigating allegations of sexual misconduct by Rose - who has hosted shows on CBS News and PBS, including "60 Minutes" - The Washington Post on Thursday detailed the accounts of the additional women.

14 were CBS news employees and 13 worked with rose elsewhere.

He gave the Post a single sentence comment: "Your story is unfair and inaccurate".

Since Rose was sacked, CBS News said it has taken steps to ensure a safer workplace, including mandatory misconduct training.

Although CBS News claimed to not have any human resources complaints about Rose, the network issued a statement assuring the Post they are working toward a safer work environment.

Annmarie Perr told The Post that while she was a news clerk at CBS in 1986, Rose, who was filling in as an anchor on "CBS Morning News", asked her if she liked sex and how often she had sex.

"Fine, you don't have to be alone with him anymore."

Rose has denied the allegations.

After the trip, Collins said she voiced her concerns to Yvette Vega, who was the executive producer of Rose's PBS show.

Three of the women whose stories were documented by the Post ― former PBS employee Brooks Harris, CBS executive assistant Chelsea Wei and former PBS assistant Sydney McNeal ― are filing a lawsuit based on their allegations, their attorney Ken Goldberg confirmed to HuffPost. He began taking her to expensive restaurants and talked about other jobs. Rose was sacked from CBS in November 2017; his PBS series was cancelled at the same time. Kadro disputed that she told him about inappropriate behaviour.

The bombshell report comes six months after the TV personality was first accused of sexual misconduct by eight women. Business Insider also spoke to former interns who said Rose harassed them. "People did what they wanted to you".

"It's pretty clear that there were people in management who were aware that there was a problem, and nothing was done", McManus told The Associated Press on Thursday.

"When the first story broke, I said, Charlie was my friend", she continued.

Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, left, speaks with Rose during an event in New York City in September 2017. He's gone. He's not coming back to CBS News, Norah O'donnell, John Dickerson and I are the new team.

In a statement to Business Insider, CBS News said it was unable to corroborate numerous accounts in The Post's report. That is why we have taken these actions'. Following the allegations of sexual misconduct that came out against the veteran interviewer, PBS chose to cancel the Charlie Rose show. In 2003, a then-20-year-old intern was brought by Rose on a trip to California, where she alleged that he squeezed her breast while on a auto ride.

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