Sally talbot resigns after sexual misconduct scandal

Sally talbot resigns after sexual misconduct scandal

Former CBC radio personality Sally Talbot has resigned from The National after an internal investigation revealed she had engaged in sexual activity with an associate and the former CBC producer had inappropriate contact with her. Talbot also revealed a series of other inappropriate interactions with three of the producers of the program.

The incident is being investigated by The National’s director of news, Bob Ross, according to a statement from Ro울산안마ss.

The investigation was prompted by an allegation by one of the producers, who requested the investigation to assist in finding her replacement.

“A male producer approached me over a year ago in a bar in Edmonton,” Talbot told CBC. “When he approached me, we engaged in conversation and he was able to give me a glimpse into his life. He was very forthcoming, very thoughtful, very charming and he was a nice guy, that I really liked, but he didn’t see what I saw as a sexual advantage. So I thought I would do the right thing and do the investigation.”

Talbot also said she asked former producer Mark Zaidner속초출장안마 and the producer of the radio program The Last Word to help her “look at why I was having these kind of incidents.”

A “substantial amount of information was shared, and I believe the individual involved is now willing to go forward and make this appropriate.”

When asked if she should be reprimanded, Talbot said she does have “an opportunity as a reporter to speak on behalf of other women who may have suffered the same thing as I had in a workplace environment.”

When asked for an explanation of the circumstances of the allegations, she said they are “abs모나코 카지노olutely unrelated to my work.”

Talbot has been accused of inappropriate sexual behaviour in the past, after the National contacted her to ask her if she was ready to resign. The program has been criticized for using a false name. (CBC)

The investigation has been underway for three years, since the National sent a letter to Talbot in January. Ross has said it’s “the responsibility of CBC Radio One to ensure the behaviour of the employees on the CBC’s radio show and programs are in line with our culture.”

But Ross has been criticised by some people for using a similar narrative about the allegations in his statement.

A “substantial amount of information was shared, and I believe the individual involved is now willing to go forward and make this appropriate.”

Ross also noted that he was concerned about the fact a mal