Former anchor Charlie Rose, who was fired from his role at CBS News in November 2017, has been accused of sexual harassment by three more women, who filed a lawsuit against him in New York state court. According to this suit, the three women, who worked with Rose while they were in their early 20s, were subjected to predatory behavior, repeated physical and verbal sexual harassment, and regular unwelcome questioning about their sex lives. Charlie Rose is also accused of boasting about his own sexual exploits during these encounters.
The three women who have filed this particular suit, Katherine Brooks Harris, Sydney McNeal, and Yuqing Wei, worked with Rose at CBS News between 2015 and 2017, when the alleged sexual harassment occurred. The number of women accusing Charlie Rose of sexual harassment now sits at over two dozen.
CBS has, so far, declined to comment on the matter.
Sexual harassment can be very unsettling and traumatic, no matter how confident you normally are. When faced with continuous unwelcome sexual advances, questioning about your sex life, touching, and promises of promotion in return for sexual favors, it can be tempting to keep quiet and hope the behavior stops. However, sexual harassment will not stop unless you, and others like, put a stop to it. At The Rager Law Firm, we are committed to holding those who behave in this despicable manner accountable for their actions. When you file a Pasadena sexual harassment lawsuit, you are not only looking out for your own best interests, and seeking damages for the pain and suffering caused by your experiences, you are also helping to prevent other women from being subjected to these actions in the future.
Sexual harassment in the workplace can come in many forms, some of which are more obvious than others, although all should be reported. As Pasadena sexual harassment attorneys with years of experience in handling sexual harassment cases, some of the most common forms of harassment we are told about include:
Unwelcome sexual approaches Sexual comments or gestures Displaying explicit material, including emails A manager repeatedly texting or calling an employee outside of working hours Promises of promotion or pay increases in return for sexual favors Touching or groping Questions about your sex life Any other sexual contact, approach, or behavior which makes you feel uncomfortable or intimidated
You should also be aware that a Pasadena sexual harassment attorney from The Rager Law Firm can file a suit on your behalf where you have been subjected to retaliatory behavior due to reporting sexual harassment.
Whether you are female or male, you have a right to work without being subjected to sexual harassment or unwanted approaches. At The Rager Law Firm, we are passionate about protecting your rights in the workplace, and will work tirelessly to secure a successful outcome from your case.
To find out how we could help you, schedule your free initial consultation with a Pasadena sexual harassment attorney today by calling us on 310-527-6994.
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