Fox News' chief Washington correspondent James Rosen suddenly resigned last month after heightened scrutiny over claims he made unwanted sexual advances toward multiple female colleagues.
A report Wednesday cited eight of Rosen's former colleagues at the Fox News bureau in Washington, D.C.
Fox News gave no reason for Rosen's departure, but according to NPR, the former chief correspondent made sexual advances toward two Fox News reporters and a producer and aggressively flirted with a number of colleagues.
Rosen's departure followed criticism of his overall conduct at the network.
The report comes after a wave of firings in the media as women began coming forward with stories of sexual harassment and misconduct in the workplace. Other high profile individuals who have been ousted from Fox News following claims of sexual misconduct include longtime host Bill O'Reilly and the late Roger Ailes, who was chairman and CEO.