"I don't know what more we can do to Charlie Rose except a public flogging", she said.
In November 2017, Rose's was sacked from CBS and his show Charlie Rose on PBS was cancelled after in-house allegations of sexual harassment. Business Insider also spoke to former interns who said Rose harassed them.
She was eventually offered a job by Rose for his PBS show making $20,000 more than she was making at CBS. At the time of the initial allegations, Rose issued an apology, but denied the accuracy of certain claims.
The Post, reporting that the alleged incidents were "far more numerous than previously known", wrote that of the 27 new women who have come forward, at least 14 of those women were CBS News employees. Several said they reported Rose's behavior to managers, including to three at CBS News.
In 2017, someone reported Rose's "interactions" with a 24-year-old subordinate to a CBS News manager. More than 100 current and former CBS News employees were interviewed for the WaPo story, which claims Rose's behavior had been flagged to CBS execs as early as 1986 and as recently as April 2017.
"This other personality would come through, and the groping would happen", Joana Matthias, now 63, told The Post. She told the Post she would decline and wait outside.
-Annmarie Parr was a 22-year-old news clerk in 1986 when she handed Rose a script and he asked whether she enjoyed sex and how often she liked to have it. Another woman who worked as a paid contributor said in 2012, Rose groped her buttock during an off-air moment and whispered, "Damn, you look good on TV".More news: The First Red Dead Redemption 2 Gameplay Details Have Arrived
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Jeff Fager, the long-time head of "60 Minutes" as well as former CBS News chairman who hired Rose, told the Post, "I was never informed that Charlie behaved badly with women". She says Rose insisted she drink wine on the flight and later "paw [ed]" her.
She said Rose squeezed her breasts in the vehicle ride from the airport and suggested they work in his hotel room. Later, she said, he grabbed her breast.
She laughed nervously and left, she told The Post. "He's gone. He's not coming back to CBS News". Vega told her that Rose was harmless, Collins said.
CBS News, which has said it had no human resources complaints about Rose, issued a statement Wednesday in response to a request for comment.
Meanwhile, CBS has claimed that it never received any HR complaints about him. She recalled saying, "I'm telling you in case you have a lawsuit on your hands". Kadro disputed that she told him about inappropriate behavior.
Parr said she reported Rose's comments to her boss - a senior producer whom she declined to name - and said she didn't want to be alone with Rose.
Harris also said that Rose once suggested she have sex with a female assistant named Sydney McNeal, who confirmed Rose's remark to The Post and said that working for Rose was "toxic". For more information, read the full Washington Post piece here. "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 network released in a statement.