Page Six reports that there are a lot of executives over at CBS who are nervous about an upcoming exposé about Charlie Rose's sexual misconduct. According to the report, top network execs who worked with Rose on CBS are worried they'll be accused of turning a blind eye to his actions.
“There are a lot of executives looking around corners, hoping they’re not named in the story,” an industry insider told us. “[CBS is] trying to suppress [the story] by using the NDAs.” Meanwhile, said the source, “Jeff, Ryan and David are all waiting for the other shoe to drop.”
The Washington Post has been investigating additional allegations against Rose ever since he was fired back in November after the Post reported eight women had reported Rose for sexual misconduct while he was the co-anchor of "CBS This Morning."
The broadcasting company has been reportedly using NDAs to try and suppress potential sources for the Post's upcoming exposé on Rose's sexual misconduct.
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