A recent investigation by the Washington Post found an additional 27 women who say the former CBS anchor sexually harassed them. And, in some cases, when these women raised concerns with managers their complaints weren't elevated, says Amy Brittain, the reporter who broke the story.
The wave of sexual abuse allegations we've been reporting -- from Hollywood to Washington -- has now touched CBS News. Late Monday, CBS suspended correspondent Charlie Rose after The Washington Post reported that eight women associated with his PBS program are accusing him of sexual harassment. Rose apologized in a statement to the Post. Jim Axelrod reports.
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Charlie Rose faced internet wrath after the New York Post reported Wednesday evening that someone was shopping a #MeToo redemption series which would star the disgraced CBS anchor. Per the Post, the plan would call for Rose to interview various men who have seen their careers toppled in the sexual harassment reckoning that has whipped around media, Hollywood and politics. The Page Six report said some of the possible interview subjects included Louis C.K and Matt Lauer.
In this edition of Sounds of the Toyota Green Room, "Hostage"'s Toni Collette smiles for the camera and New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan gets stuck in the couch. Gayle King and Charlie Rose take their turn at playing "Grand Theft Auto V."
In a brand-new investigation, 27 more women have accused Charlie Rose of harassment. In November, CBS News fired longtime anchor Rose one day after eight women accused him of sexual harassment in an investigation by The Washington Post. PBS also dropped his show Charlie Rose at the time. The additional 27 women have come forward saying Rose sexually harassed them over a period of 30 years. The allegations were published in a new report from The Post.
Twenty-seven additional women have accused Charlie Rose of sexual harassment six months after allegations about the veteran journalist first surfaced. A new report by The Washington Post details the women’s experiences being allegedly harassed by Rose, 76, while working with him at CBS News and other shows. A former research assistant who worked with Rose at NBC News in Washington, Joana Matthias, claimed the former talk show host showed her his penis and touched her breasts in 1976.
Three women are suing Charlie Rose and CBS over allegations of sexual harassment. Filed in New York state court, the suit is the first filed against the disgraced journalist. Rose was fired by CBS News late last year after allegations of sexual misconduct suffered in the press. According to the suit, Katherine Brooks Harris, Sydney McNeal and Chelsea Wei allege the network and Rose allowed for blatant and repeated sexual harassment to occur in the workplace.
CBS named television journalist John Dickerson on Tuesday to replace fired co-host Charlie Rose on the network’s “CBS This Morning” news show. Dickerson, who has anchored the CBS Sunday political show “Face the Nation” since 2015 and moderated two 2016 presidential debates, will start his new job on Wednesday, the network said in a statement. Veteran TV journalist Rose, 76, was fired by CBS in November after being accused by more than 10 women of sexual misconduct.
Kyle Godfrey-Ryan, one of the women who accused Charlie Rose of harassment, says he is both "brilliant" and a "predator." She says "everyone" at his PBS talk show knew about his behavior. Brian Stelter asks her about the recent chatter of a Rose "comeback."
A Washington Post investigation finds 27 additional women, including 14 at CBS, say Charlie Rose sexually harassed them. Managers were reportedly warned of the behavior over a 30-year period. Jericka Duncan has details.
Three woman filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against Charlie Rose. The suit accused the disgraced journalist of inappropriately touching them and making offensive comments. Rose was fired by CBS News following revelations of sexual harassment last year. Filed in New York state court, the lawsuit is the first to be filed against Rose following allegations of sexual misconduct during his tenure at CBS.
Former CBS and PBS broadcaster Charlie Rose, who left television following a flood of sexual misconduct accusations late last year, made a return to Twitter over the weekend, only cryptically writing the word 'H'. Its unclear as of now what it means and Rose did not immediately respond to a tweeted inquiry from TheWrap. His last tweet before Sunday was a lengthy statement of apology for years of harassment against female employees.
In a Monday Facebook post, former assistant to CBS News host Charlie Rose, Kyle Godfrey-Ryan, explained that when she was first approached by a Washington Post reporter a few weeks ago, she discussed her allegations of sexual misconduct against the host off the record. However, Godfrey-Ryan said it was stories from other women that changed her mind. In the Facebook post, Godfrey-Ryan wrote, "These stories helped me reframe my perspective.
A former intern says Charlie Rose made her watch a graphic scene from the film 'Secretary.' Sarah Gordon says the disturbing incident happened at Rose's Manhattan apartment in 2002. “I proceeded to go into the living room and he said, ‘I want to show you this scene from this movie.’ And he said, ‘Have a seat, you know, relax.’ And he proceeded to turn on the film ‘Secretary' which is a sexually involved film involving S&M, unfortunately,” she told the TODAY show.