Last week, a Buzzfeed expose revealed that DC Comics had a villain in its midst. Three former DC employees accused editor Eddie Berganza of sexual assault while they worked for the company. In total, five sources told Buzzfeed that they reported Berganza's behavior to superiors working at DC Comics, though it appeared that nothing come of the complaints.
DC Comics editor Eddie Berganza fired amid sexual assault allegations Eddie Berganza, a high-ranking editor at DC Comics, was fired by DC and Warner Bros. just two days after he was suspended amid claims that he forcibly kissed and groped three women.
DC Comics Fires Eddie Berganza for Alleged Assault DC Comics has fired Eddie Berganza, a long-time editor, just days after Buzzfeed published an expose revealing his long list of alleged sexual assault victims.
DC Comics Fires Longtime Editor Following Sexual Harassment Claims The decision came two days after Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment launched a review into revelations that Eddie Berganza was promoted despite allegations he forcibly kissed and tried to grope colleagues.<br/><br/>View Entire Post ›
DC Comics fires editor accused of sexual harassment by three women Eddie Berganza, a top editor at the company who oversaw Superman and Wonder Woman properties, faces allegations from several colleagues suspended after an Continue reading...
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DC Comics suspends group editor over sexual harassment claims Eddie Berganza removed from his duties as group editor, soon after publication of article detailing allegations by three women DC Comics has suspended group editor Eddie Berganza following allegations of sexual harassment made against him by three women. The suspension follows Buzzfeed’s Continue reading...
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CBS News fires Charlie Rose after sex harassment allegations (Reuters) - CBS News said on Tuesday it had fired Charlie Rose, one of the most prominent American interviewers, the day after the Washington Post reported the television host had sexually harassed eight women.
CBS fires Charlie Rose following sexual misconduct allegations reported eight women accused him of sexual misconduct.
Following the news on Monday the network suspended the host, but on Tuesday afternoon CBS News announced via Twitter that Rose had been fired as a result of the allegations.
NEW: CBS News terminates Charlie Rose following allegations of sexual misconduct. "There is absolutely nothing more important, in this or any organization, than ensuring a safe, professional workplace," says CBS News President David Rhodes November 21, 2017 Entertainment , Conversations , Charlie Rose
CBS Fires Charlie Rose, PBS Ends His Show Following Sex Allegations
CBS fires Charlie Rose over sexual misconduct allegations Rose, 75, was fired Tuesday by CBS News a day after eight women accused him of sexual harassment and unwanted advances in a report in The Washington Post.
Sen. Rubio fires chief of staff after allegations of ‘improper conduct’
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