Gina G. Riggi says that Rose routinely derided her physical appearance and made inappropriate remarks about her weight, which she often humbled in front of her friends and colleagues, and pawed at his female staff, squeezing against her, kissing her, pulling she approached them, whispering in their ears, staring at their breasts, looking down at their shirts and subjecting them otherwise to inappropriate and unwanted physical contact, "the complaint said. Rose commented on her physical appearance, asking unreasonable questions about her personal and romantic life and locking her up with nocturnal phone calls. In many cases … he made explicit sexual overtures. "
Roses lawyer Jonathan Bach told CNN that Rose" vehemently denies and vigorously challenges these allegations. "
" Among other things, "said Bach," agree the allegations in the complaint do not even coincide with the plaintiff's written statements to Mr. Rose, including "I love to work for you on your show and would like to be part of every show you present", "I consider it one Glad to be a member of your team "and" I hope to see you more often! Please drop by anytime (Smiling Emoji). "
The lawsuit was filed Thursday in New York and also names Bloomberg LP because Roses show was filmed in Bloomberg's studios.
"At no time was the plaintiff an employee of ours," Bloomberg spokesman Ty Trippet told CNN. "We understand that the plaintiff was a contractor of Charlie Rose Inc., and since she acted independently of us, each of her indemnities would have been borne solely by Charlie Rose Inc."
Rose was fired by CBS News and PBS in 201
At that time, Rose said in a statement that he was "deeply apologizing" for what he admitted  Riggi worked as a head make-up artist for the "Charlie Rose Show" and "Charlie Rose: The Week," but also worked on various television shows and made makeup for high-profile people According to court documents.
She worked on "Saturday Night Live," "60 Minutes," "Nightline," "Goo" d Morning America, "and other television programs, according to court documents.
She provided makeup for President Barack Obama, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter.
Riggi also claims that Rose used the Bloomberg studio in which he recorded his show as a "sexual hunting ground".
Rose "chased after his female workforce," adding that he targeted young women who had just begun their careers, and she as a career artist to drink and dinner enticed consultation meetings.
"But Mr. Rose was not a solicitor for their careers, but treated them as sexual targets and used his power and influence to serve his personal desires."
Lauren del Valle of CNN has contributed to this report.