Charlie Rose is being accused of sexual harassment by an additional 27 women in a new Washington Post expose.
Of those women, 14 worked with Rose at CBS News while the other 13 were involved in the production of his longform talk show on PBS.
The women claims that Rose exposed himself to them, groped their buyttocks and breasts and in one case asked that a young woman 'ride him' in his hotel room.
A number of women also claim that they told executives at CBS about his behavior, including Chris Licht (the showrunner and executive producer of The Late Show With Stephen Colbert) and Ryan Kadro (the producer of CBS This Morning).
Rose responded to the new allegations by saying: 'Your story is unfair and inaccurate.'
Back in the spotlight: Charlie Rose has been accused over sexually harassing an additional 27 women over a period of 30 years, both at CBS and on the set of his PBS talk show
Anger: Gayle King (above on Tuesday) got incredibly emotional and frustrated while speaking about the allegations
Sophie Gayter, now 27, said that she was groped by Rose back in 2013 while working on 60 Minutes.
'I had been there long enough