Charlie Rose and CBS are being sued by three ex-employees who claim the former host sexually harassed them.
The plaintiffs in Friday's lawsuit - Katherine Harris, Sydney McNeal and Yuqing Wei - worked in different capacities for Rose previous year while he was a co-host for CBS This Morning, according to the complaint.
There are also other women who say they were sexually harassed by Mr.
CBS News President David Rhodes has said publicly there "was not knowledge" of Rose's alleged sexual harassment.
Harris and McNeal say Rose fired them after the November article in the Washington Post where 8 women accused him of groping and exposing himself.
Ms. Harris and Ms. McNeal assert that Mr. Rose sexually harassed them and that managers knew about complaints against him before November, when he was sacked.
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He also whispered, "Happy birthday, dear" into her ear in a sexual manner, the lawsuit states. With the stories that have come out about the likes of Rose, Matt Lauer and Mark Halperin, the networks are making strides but women need to know they can report wrongdoings without repercussions, she said.
CBS News fired Charlie Rose last fall.
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Rose then contacted Wei, who was an anchor assistant on "CBS This Morning" at the time, telling her, "My relationship with you is the man I am in all my relationships", according to the complaint.
Rose repeatedly required Harris to have lunch and dinner with him, where he would place his hands on her thigh and would point at other women and call them prostitutes, according to the claim.
Rose was sacked in November of 2017 after the Post published a lengthy investigation into allegations of sexual harassment against him. The three women are represented by Kenneth Goldberg of Goldberg Fliegel, who could not be reached for comment Friday.
In one case, the lawsuit alleges, he referred to Wei as a "China Doll" and used an expletive while calling her an "idiot" for booking a flight that did not have flat folding seats. The executive assistant to the show's new producer, Ryan Kadro, said she told her boss about the attention Rose was paying to the young woman, and said he did not seem alarmed. Her complaint included allegations against Kadro, whom she said kicked her chair as a show of intimidation.
Wei has taken medical leave from the show.
Kadro did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
In the following three decades, three CBS managers had been made aware of the complaints, according to the Post investigation. The new allegations date as early as 1976, when, as one woman claims, Mr.
"Three of them are now suing Rose and CBS News, saying they were subjected to ".repeated, ongoing and unlawful physical and verbal sexual harassment." by Rose; that CBS ".unlawfully retaliated." against one of them and that the company ".failed to investigate the matter".