Three women, including two who used to work for Charlie Rose and one, still being a part of CBS staff, filed a lawsuit against the former CBS anchorman. This does not have to be the end, rather, just the beginning. A new investigation by The Washington Post brought to the public's attention an additional 27 women, who say Rose behaved improperly towards them. The new allegations date as early as 1976, when, as one woman claims, Mr. Rose exposed his private parts and touched her breasts. As other former collaborators of Mr. Rose reveal their stories it becomes clear, that the future may bring other lawsuits against the former CBS star.

Charlie Rose sued for sexual harassment

The current plaintiffs, Katherine Harris and Sydney McNeal, who used to work for Charlie Rose, and Yuqing Wei, who is still employed by CBS, sued the former anchor and the network itself on Friday, May 4.

Three women say they were sexually harassed by Mr. Rose and the network didn't do anything to deal with the problem.

Ms. Harris and Ms. McNeal assert that Mr. Rose inappropriately touched them. He is also supposed to have made sexual remarks on various occasions. For example, “You just need to become lovers already.” When it comes to Ms. Wei, Mr. Rose reportedly called her “China Doll.”

CBS claims it knew nothing about any allegations concerning Mr. Rose's misconduct, before an article by The Post (published in November). The story detailed charges from multiple women and cost Mr. Rose his job as a host [VIDEO] of “CBS This Morning” and an on-the-scene reporter for “60 Minutes.”

Just the beginning of Mr. Rose's problems?

It is worth noting that the lawsuit in question may not necessarily be the last one, as the three women who sued the former CBS anchor are not the only women who accused him of improper behavior.

There are also other women who say they were sexually harassed by Mr. Rose.

According to a new investigation by The Washington Post, an additional 27 women have accused Rose of misconduct towards them. The new allegations [VIDEO] date as early as 1976, when, as one woman reports, he exposed his private parts and touched her breasts in the NBC News Washington bureau. Mr. Rose deemed the accusations "unfair" and "inaccurate" in a one-sentence e-mail.

Whatever the case may be, we cannot rule out that other women, apart from the three who already did it, will also decide to seek justice in court. If so, the future will bring other lawsuits against Charlie Rose.