Megyn Kelly shared her own story about Charlie Rose on her show Tuesday morning, a day after eight women came forward with allegations that the veteran broadcaster had been sexually inappropriate with them.
Kelly’s story was not one of sexual misconduct from Rose, but instead a story about “an underlying dynamic between men and women that contributes to this culture in which inappropriate conduct goes unaddressed.”
“I have known Charlie for years,” she said on Megyn Kelly TODAY. “So this is not a pleasant story for me.”
CBS fired Rose, 75, on Tuesday afternoon after the Washington Post published its lengthy investigation into his alleged misconduct. The allegations against Rose all came from women who worked with or wanted to work with Rose, and their accounts included claims of him groping them, appearing naked around them and telling one that he dreamed about her swimming nude.
Rose issued a statement acknowledging that he had “behaved insensitively at times,” though he …