In a response, CBS News said, "We will vigorously defend against the allegations pertaining to CBS News".
Charlie Rose attends the 2017 Time 100 Gala at Jazz at Lincoln Center on April 25, 2017 in New York City.
Three women who worked with Charlie Rose have filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against CBS News and the television journalist.
Katherine Brooks Harris, Sydney McNeal and Chelsea Wei allege "blatant and repeated sexual harassment" as well as unlawful retaliation, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The lawsuit comes on the heels of 27 new women coming forward with allegations against their former co-worker.
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The women include a broadcast associate, a news associate and Rose's executive assistant. Rose sexually harassed them and that managers knew about complaints against him before November, when he was sacked. PBS and Bloomberg also severed their relationships with Rose.
The Post published a follow-up report this week that revealed an additional 27 accusers who said Rose had acted inappropriately toward them, including groping their bodies and making lewd sexual remarks, among other acts. She also claimed that she had told Mr. Kadro, "I'm telling you in case you have a lawsuit on your hands". "He pointed at other women and called them prostitutes".
The lawsuit alleges that Rose made sexually explicit comments and engaged in sexual contact with three employees. At one point, they said, he told them, "You just need to become lovers already". The suit also states that Rose referred to Wei as "China doll", caressed her arms, and whispered in her ear "Happy birthday, dear".
The lawsuit alleges that "CBS This Morning" Executive Producer Ryan Kadro "knew that Mr".
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The retaliation component of the lawsuit stems from Wei's account that she was removed from her position as an anchor assistant several months after she filed a complaint with CBS human resources on November 30, just days after Rose was sacked.
In a statement when the allegations first surfaced, Rose apologized for "inappropriate behavior", but said some allegations were not accurate.
CBS never responded to the complaint, according to the lawsuit, which states the network "subsequently questioned the accuracy of her timesheets and told her that she would be replaced as an anchor assistant and would not be able to apply to work for the show's new co-anchor, John Dickerson".
The plaintiffs in Friday's lawsuit - Katherine Harris, Sydney McNeal and Yuqing Wei - worked in different capacities for Rose a year ago while he was a co-host for CBS This Morning, according to the complaint. It alleges that Ms. Wei went to CBS's human relations department to complain about Mr.
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