According to NPR, the allegations include grabbing a colleague’s breast, trying to forcibly kiss a young reporter in an elevator and sending inappropriate messages through the network’s internal messaging system.
Rosen declined to comment on the allegations to NPR.
Lewis told the online publication that she met Copperfield at a modeling competition, where the magician served as a judge.
Copperfield’s spokesperson declined to comment to TIME.
The newspaper did not detail the allegations against Achenbach.
In a statement to the , Achenbach said: “I’m very sorry to say that I’ve behaved badly and have been suspended by The Post for three months for inappropriate workplace conduct.
It is deplorable for anyone to find themselves in this situation.” He added that the allegations were the “continued work of my ex-wife Elaine Wynn, with whom I am involved in a terrible and nasty lawsuit in which she is seeking a revised divorce settlement.” The Wrap reported on Jan.
24 that model Brittany Lewis accused Copperfield of drugging her and sexually assaulting her in 1988 when she was 17.
She denied the charges, but pleaded guilty to obstructing a police officer, according to the Seattle Susan Braudy, a journalist and author who worked for Douglas’ production company in the 1980s,told The Hollywood Reporter in a Jan.
Since the New York Times and The New Yorker first published allegations of sexual harassment and rape against Harvey Weinstein by Rose Mc Gowan, Gwyneth Paltrow, Ashley Judd and dozens of others, the disgraced producer has been fired from his company and Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance is reportedly seeking an indictment against him.
A new report from Ronan Farrow in The New Yorker also details Weinstein’s alleged and elaborate efforts to silence journalists and accusers. These are the public figures who have been accused of sexual misconduct after the Harvey Weinstein allegations. 26 that dozens of employees at Wynn’s casinos described a “decades-long pattern of sexual misconduct,” which included forcing some employees to perform sexual acts.
We are immediately launching an investigation so that we have a better understanding of what’s occurred,” A spokesperson said on Tronc’s behalf.
Levinsohn told NPR’s CEO Jarl Mohn that the allegations against him were “lies,” according to NPR.