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The women, who all worked for Rose or tried to work for him, accused the veteran newsman of groping them, walking naked in front of them and telling one that he dreamed about her swimming nude, the Post reported Monday.

Rose, 75, said in a statement that he was “deeply embarrassed” and apologized for his behavior.

It is unclear how “CBS This Morning” will address Rose’s suspension Tuesday. Rose has co hosted the critically acclaimed morning news program with Gayle King and Norah O’Donnell. It has been gaining the past few years on its better known rivals. Rose also conducts interviews for “60 Minutes.”

Three women went on the record in the Post’s deeply reported story. Reah Bravo, a former associate producer for Rose’s PBS show who began working for him in 2007, told the newspaper: “He was a sexual predator, and I was his victim.” She said Rose groped her on multiple occasions and once, during a business trip to Indiana, called her to his hotel room where he emerged from a shower naked.

Kyle Godfrey Ryan, one of Rose’s former assistants, was 21 when she said Rose repeatedly called her to describe his fantasies of her swimming naked at the pool at his Long Island home while he watched from his bedroom. She said she was fired when Rose learned she had spoken to a mutual friend about his behavior.

Megan Creydt, who worked as a coordinator on Rose’s PBS show in 2005 and 2006, told the newspaper that she was sitting in the passenger seat as Rose drove in Manhattan one day when he put his hand on her thigh. Five women interviewed by the Post described similar grabs to their legs in what many interpreted as an attempt to see their reactions.

Rose said that he has behaved insensitively at times “and I accept responsibility for that, though I do not believe that all of these allegations are accurate. I always felt that I was pursuing shared feelings, even though I now realize I was mistaken. I have learned a great deal as a result of these events,
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and I hope others will, too.”

Rose’s interview show is seen in 94 percent of the country on PBS stations. It is rebroadcast on Bloomberg’s cable network, which also announced Monday it was suspending the show. He interviews a wide circle of people in the media, politics and entertainment this month including Harvard President Drew Faust, rapper Macklemore and the Post’s Robert Costa, who talked about that paper’s sexual harassment investigation of Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.

“PBS was shocked to learn today of these deeply disturbing allegations,” the public broadcasting service said in a statement. “We are immediately suspending distribution of ‘Charlie Rose.'”

Despite his age and heart troubles in the past, Rose had been one of the busiest figures in television. The Post quoted Yvette Vega, his longtime executive producer, as saying she failed and deeply regretted not helping women who complained about his behavior.

But it apparently was a poorly kept secret in the industry.

Stories of sexual misconduct have been coming in a flood since The New York Times first reported on Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein’s behavior in early October. Even on Monday, the Times suspended White House reporter Glenn Thrush while it looked into a story about him making drunken, unwanted advances on women. In the news business alone, NBC political reporter Mark Halperin and top National Public Radio news executive Michael Oreskes have lost their jobs.

Interviewed last April outside a Time magazine gala, Rose was asked by The Associated Press about Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly, who lost his job when it was revealed his network had paid millions of dollars to settle claims women had made against him.

“All of the cases that raise the issue of sexual harassment, which is a terrible thing, (and) has probably been not exposed enough,” Rose said. “Not enough in the sense of the attention in the past,
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so that people were afraid to come forward. I think people are coming forward now.”

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The Sheffield and Hillsborough MP said: “I am naturally pleased that the evidence I have been able to provide has assisted in achieving justice for all those who were victims of and previously subject to, illegal and therefore criminal hacking of their telephone answerphone messages and the gross intrusion into their privacy.

“No one should misinterpret what has happened as an indictment of a free press or of the professionalism of most trained and dedicated journalists. Nor should they see this as ‘vengeance’ on the media as a whole or even one particular publisher.

“This was and remains a matter of criminality, of gross intrusion into the private lives of innocent people and a distortion and aberration of everything that high standards of journalism stand for.”

by Amy Crowther, PA via The Press Association 6/24/2014 1:27:36 PM

But Mr Blunkett was critical that private details obtained through hacking were brought up in evidence during the trial, saying:

“I have been pleased to do my duty as a citizen in providing key evidence in this case, but I am also concerned that witnesses now and in the future should be protected from having their private lives re run in open court.

“Details which were only obtained by criminality and intrusion into privacy in the first place have, over the last seven months, been reported all over again. “It is, to say the least, bizarre that stolen material which breached such personal privacy should be allowed to be played in open court in a way which repeats the hurt, the distress and the personal emotional damage all over again, 10 years later.”

by Amy Crowther, PA via The Press Association 6/24/2014 1:32:33 PM

He called on Attorney General Dominic Grieve to undertake a “light touch review of what might be done, not to withhold evidence or to undermine the rights of the defence, but rather to ensure that witnesses or victims do not find themselves damaged by a process that has already caused deep hurt, and to which they are only subject to further scrutiny because they have been prepared to stand up and be counted.

“In addition, I hope that making further progress on the back of the Leveson Inquiry can be seen as an imperative for both the print media who have established IPSO (Independent Press Standards Organisation), and the three main political parties in such a way as to make any necessary compromise for a lasting solution, and above all to concentrate on the need to raise those professional standards and to root out any unacceptable processes of investigation.

by Amy Crowther, PA via The Press Association 6/24/2014 1:35:05 PM

Just to update you on the verdicts delivered today:

Former No 10 spin doctor Andy Coulson has been found guilty of plotting to hack phones while he was editor of the News of the World.

Ex News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks of all charges.

Retired managing editor Stuart Kuttner was also cleared of being part of a conspiracy dating back to 2000 and spanning six years.

Brooks’s former personal assistant Cheryl Carter was cleared of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.

Brooks’s husband Charlie and former NI director of security Mark Hanna were also cleared of perverting the course of justice.

But the jury is still considering further charges against Coulson and former NotW royal editor Clive Goodman of conspiring to commit misconduct in a public office by paying police officers for two royal directories.

by Amy Crowther, PA 6/24/2014 1:45:38 PM

In a televised statement, Mr Miliband said: “David Cameron was warned about Andy Coulson, the evidence mounted up against Andy Coulson. David Cameron must have had his suspicions about Andy Coulson, and yet he refused to act.

“Now, I believe this isn’t just a serious error of judgment. This taints David Cameron’s Government, because we now know that he put his relationship with Rupert Murdoch ahead of doing the right thing when it came to Andy Coulson.

“This was not some small or accidental mistake. He stuck with Andy Coulson over a long period of time, and it wasn’t like there wasn’t information out there to arouse his suspicions. He was warned by the Deputy Prime Minister. He saw front page stories in newspapers. He was warned by newspaper editors. And yet still he refused to act and even today defended some of the conduct of Andy Coulson when he worked for him.

“I think David Cameron must do much more than an apology. He owes the country an explanation for why he did not act on these allegations against Andy Coulson, why as the evidence piled up he didn’t do anything about it, and he’s got to explain.”

by Amy Crowther, PA 6/24/2014 1:52:01 PM

Bob Satchwell, executive director of the , said: “After the biggest police investigation in history and a near eight month trial, the fact that the jury has come back after a week of deliberating with mainly not guilty verdicts puts the whole of the saga into some kind of context.

“No one condones any journalist convicted of a crime but the practices of the whole of the press have been questioned. Nearly three years ago the press was on trial and that led to the Leveson inquiry.

“After a hugely expensive investigation and criminal trial the jury concluded that what was suggested to be a major conspiracy at the top of News International was not all that it seemed.”
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