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LAUSANNE, Switzerland — The International Olympic Committee said Thursday it is looking into allegations of sexual assault and harassment against Olympic official Alex Gilady, stemming from his work as a television executive in Israel.
Gilady, an International Olympic Committee member since 1994, has temporarily stepped aside as president of Keshet Broadcasting, a primary television transmitter in Israel.
He denied making any indecent proposition to Kotler or even auditioning her for a television show.
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When she rejected his sexually-toned advances and pointed out that she was married, Gilady, she said, suggested a private meeting with him was the only way to advance her career.
Gilady’s self-imposed leave of absence Wednesday came the day after a woman who formerly worked in media accused the television executive of rape, adding her story to those of two other journalists who complained of inappropriate behavior on Gilady’s part. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara,) Channel 10 reported Tuesday that the woman, who was not identified, said the assault happened 20 years ago when she was a candidate to present a television show that ultimately was never produced.
In this Thursday, April 3, 2014 file photo, International Olympic Committee member Alex Gilady of Israel smiles during a IOC-Tokyo 2020 1st Project Review session in Tokyo. The woman, who claims to have passed a polygraph test about the incident, said that Gilady pushed her to the ground, mentioned the names of two other women journalists and said, “What do you think made those stars, do you think they made it on their own?
They all passed through this room.” According to the complaint, he then raped her.
Another women told the Hebrew daily Haaretz newspaper that Gilady raped her in his home in an assault that allegedly happened over 35 years ago.