Serial predator: Former Intern says Charlie Rose forced her to watch S&M sex scene between a secretary and her boss at his home, bringing number of accusers to 17

Wednesday, November 22, 2017
By Paul Martin

Charlie Rose has now been accused of making unwanted sexual advances on 17 women after an intern said he forced her to watch a sex scene from Secretary
After watching the S&M-themed film, Rose allegedly asked Sarah Gordon how it made her feel, but she said he at no point touched her
CBS This Morning reported that three of the women on the CBS News staff were victims of Rose they learned through their own investigation
The network is now reportedly looking for Oprah to take over for Rose part time while they figure out their next move
‘To be honest with you, it still isn’t easy. It’s still very painful, it’s still very hurtful,’ King said of reporting the allegations on Stephen Colbert’s show Tuesday

22 November 2017

A former intern who claims that she was forced to watch a sex scene from the 2002 film Secretary when she went to his home to drop something off for the TV host.

The film stars James Spader as a lawyer who engages in a sadomasochistic relationship with his secretary, played by Maggie Gyllenhaal.

‘I proceeded to go into the living room, and he said I want to show you this scene from this movie and he said have a seat, you know, relax, and he proceeded to turn on the film ‘Secretary,’ which is a sexually involved film involving S&M, unfortunately,’ Sarah Gordon told NBC.

‘He asked me, how does this make you feel? I did not run but i thought, okay, I guess some people are really into this and I’m not.’

She said that she eventually found a way to change the subject and go back to the office, but that the incident has stayed with her for all these years.

‘I think he’s probably troubled, and I have empathy for people that are troubled and, you know, I think we all have issues in life,’ said Gordon.

‘I don’t think someone like that deserves to have a position like that if they’re going to abuse their power anyway, so I think it’s probably best for the best.’

Rose did interview Spader that year about the film, though it is unclear if that is why he was watching the film.
She is now one of 17 women to publicly accuse the host of making unwanted sexual advances or harassment.

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