' and started laughing.'You want to say anything to the accusers - the people who are accusing you of all these wrongdoings?' tasked the cameraman.'It's not wrongdoings,' said Rose as he turned into his building.PBS quickly followed suit, stating: 'In light of yesterday’s revelations, PBS has terminated its relationship with Charlie Rose and cancelled distribution of his programs.'The network, which has aired Rose's show since 1991, also noted: 'PBS expects all the producers we work with to provide a workplace where people feel safe and are treated with dignity and respect.' A cameraman caught Rose returning to his apartment Monday night, after he had been suspended.
Both she and O'Donnell said it was important to believe the women who have come forward to accuse Rose, and hope it encourages other victims to come forward. I can't stop thinking about that and the pain that they're going through.All of the alleged incidents described by the woman in the Post story occurred while Rose was with Burden, who is the stepdaughter of CBS founder William Paley. Three of the women who came forward agreed to use their names while the other five accusers who spoke on the record asked that their identities not be revealed for fear of possible repercussions.Kyle Godfrey-Ryan was one of the three who agreed to let the Post use her name as she detailed her time working as Rose's assistant a decade ago in New York City.Charlie Rose is out at CBS, with the network revealing that they have terminated the host's contract less than 24 hours after multiple women accused him of making unwanted sexual advances.The news was revealed in an interview memo sent to staffers by CBS News president David Rhodes, who stated that 'there is absolutely nothing more important, in this or any organization, than ensuring a safe, professional workplace.'Rhodes, who is being widely applauded for his network's swift and frank response to the allegations against Rose, also said: 'I've also heard that things used to be different.