Charlie Rose Faces 3 New Sexual Misconduct Accusations From CBS Staffers (Video)

“Now in the course of reporting this story, we have learned of new alleged misconduct here at CBS,” “CBS This Morning” co-anchor Gayle King says

Veteran newsman Charlie Rose, who was fired by CBS News on Tuesday after accusations of sexual misconduct against women on his PBS talk show, now faces three new accusations of sexual misconduct, this time by employees of CBS News.

The new accusations were first reported Wednesday on the show Rose hosted until this week, “CBS This Morning.”

“Now in the course of reporting this story, we have learned of new alleged misconduct here at CBS,” co-anchor Gayle King said Wednesday. The news was then taken up by CBS correspondent, Bianna Golodryga.

“Three CBS employees say Roses unwanted sexual advances continued after 2011 — later than previously reported — during his time at CBS News,” said Golodryga. “We learned about these cases not from the HR department by from our own investigation into his behavior.”

All three employees spoke only on condition of anonymity. Rose did not respond to CBS inquiries for comment.

A CBS spokesperson did not immediately return emails from TheWrap seeking comment.

On Tuesday, PBS ended its relationship with Rose after he was accused of sexual misconduct by eight different women on his long-running talk show on the network. “PBS was shocked to learn today of these deeply disturbing allegations,” a spokesperson said in a statement to TheWrap.

CBS also announced it was firing Rose from his posts at “CBS This Morning” and “60 Minutes.”