The first reports centered on Rose’s interactions with staff and job seekers at his program that aired on PBS. Now, three CBS employees say Rose’s unwanted sexual advances continued after 2011, later than previously reported, during his time at CBS News. We learned about these cases not from the HR department, but from our own investigation of his behavior.
The three CBS employees spoke on condition of anonymity, reports CBS News correspondent Bianna Golodryga. One says she’s not ready for details of her allegations to become public. The other two described unwanted encounters with Rose at work-related events. One claims he groped her rear. The other says he grabbed her inappropriately and whispered a sexual innuendo in her ear. Our CBS News communication office issued a statement saying: “This is new information. Beyond that we have no comment at this time.”