NEW YORK (AP) — The morning show where Charlie Rose worked until being fired Tuesday is reporting that two women at CBS News claim that Rose grabbed them inappropriately, with one saying he also whispered a sexual innuendo.
The accusations came to light after CBS News President David Rhodes fired Rhodes on Tuesday for what he called "extremely disturbing and intolerable behavior" by Rose toward women at his PBS talk show. PBS has also cut ties to Rose.
"CBS This Morning" said three women at CBS have reported misconduct by Rose. The network said one didn't want details of her accusations made public, and all three requested anonymity. Rose has apologized for his actions.
Rose's former co-host Gayle King said Wednesday that it's important to keep reporting on the story.
- New allegations against Rose emerge from women at CBS News
- Watch: Live impeachment coverage from CBS News
- CBS news show to feature disappearance of KIMT news anchor
- NCAA recommends women's wrestling as 'emerging sport'
- CBS News live coverage: Moon launch 50th anniversary
- Vikings CB gets four-game suspension
- More details emerge surrounding alleged robbery near Rochester gas station
- USWNT wins Women's World Cup thanks to Megan Rapinoe and Rose Lavelle goals
- Iowa loses CB Jackson, C Daniels early to NFL Draft
- City declares snow emergency