Journalist Emily Miller Accuses Mark Halperin of Sexual Harassment

“I thought I was the only one, and I blamed myself, and I was embarrassed and I was scared of him,” says Miller on Twitter

Last Updated: October 26, 2017 @ 1:34 PM

Less than a day after a CNN report detailing allegations by five different but unnamed women, a sixth woman has come forward on the record to accuse veteran political reporter Mark Halperin of sexual harassment.

One America News Network-affiliated journalist Emily Miller tweeted Thursday that she was also “attacked” by Halperin, and in a series of subsequent tweets explained why she did not come forward before now.

“To be clear, I was NOT one of the victims in [the CNN] story about Mark Halperin. I was ANOTHER junior ABC employee he attacked. #MeToo,” she Tweeeted Thursday.

“I did not report Halperin to ABC because I thought I was the only one, and I blamed myself, and I was embarrassed and I was scared of him,” she wrote.

Miller also attributed on-air hostility she faced from Halperin during a conversation about guns on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” to their past relationship.

Miller was hired by the conservative-leaning One America News Network as Senior Political Correspondent in 2016 and interviewed Donald Trump for the network in October.

Wednesday night, CNN published a bombshell report detailing the accounts of five unnamed women who said they had been subjected to sexual harassment from Halperin when he was at ABC News more than a decade ago.

The charges include unwanted kissing, groping, and other inappropriate sexual advances.

Mark Halperin’s representatives did not immediately respond to requests for comment from TheWrap. Miller also did not respond to request for comment.