The personal assistant who had an affair with the married CEO of Seven West Media claims he also had sex romps with four other female staff members, including two network stars.
Tim Worner, 55, confirmed on Monday he and Amber Harrison, 37, had an affair between 2012 and 2014, before she was paid $150,000 to keep the romance quiet.
In the wake of revelations about his affair with Ms Harrison, she claims the Sydney-based Mr Worner also slept with four other women at Seven West Media, the Herald Sun reported.
It is reported Ms Harrison complained to the Australian Human Rights Commission about her treatment at the hands of the father-of-four and in doing so named four other women she claims he had affairs with including a television presenter and a well-known actress.
Seven West Media has denied the allegations Mr Worner had affairs with any women other than Ms Harrison and say her claims 'contain wide-ranging inaccuracies'.
Amber Harrison, 37, claims she and Seven West Media CEO Tim Worner (pictured with his wife Katrina) began flirting back and forth over email and explicit text messages before starting a relationship in December, 2012
Ms Harrison (pictured) claims she would meet Mr Worner at her home to have sex and attended a number of events as a couple, including the Australian Open. She claims Mr Worner also had sexual relations with four other female employees of Seven West Media
Ms Harrison also alleged Mr Worner used cocaine to enhance his sexual experience and sent her lewd text messages glowing about his efforts after their encounters, Fairfax reported.
One text read: 'I think my performance was drug assisted. And if you can go dirtier I am slightly scared. But you are f hot so I will take the chance.'
Seven West Media refused to comment on Mr Worner's alleged drug use.
On Monday the company's share prices dropped $98 million in the wake of the saga.
Despite the falling stocks, Seven's board and boss Kerry Stokes said Mr Worner's job as chief executive was safe.
In a statement they also confirmed the company had paid Ms Harrison a settlement.
'The settlement deed was approved by the relevant board committee of Seven and continues to be binding,' the statement read.
'Seven agrees that the inappropriate consensual sexual relationship made public by Ms Harrison is deeply regrettable.
'The chairman has always made clear to Mr Worner that the alleged conduct, even though a personal matter, was completely unacceptable.'
In the same statement, the embattled Mr Worner apologised for his actions and said he was filled with 'the deepest regret and shame'
Ms Harrison claims that during their affair Mr Worner used cocaine to assist in his sexual adventures before texting her the following day to talk about his 'performance'
In the same statement, the embattled Mr Worner apologised for his actions and said he was filled with 'the deepest regret and shame'.
'This relationship finished some time ago and I apologised at the time, and am still trying to make amends,' he said.
'My focus is to continue to work through this in private and minimise the distress to