A woman fell from a chair during a meeting in a women’s magazine, according to a news release.
The incident happened at WNBM, which was founded in 1993.
The employee was on a meeting with the editor of a new publication, according a news brief on the WNAB website.
The woman, who was not identified in the news release, had been working at the magazine since March of this year, according the news brief.
The company said the employee was the first female editor to work at WNTB, which is owned by WNEM.
The WNKB statement says it is cooperating with authorities in the case.
WNTBs founder and CEO Dr. Carol Osterkamp said in a statement that the incident is “deeply troubling” and the organization is looking into the incident.
WNmb is a family-owned publication, which means it is run by a married couple, according.
The news release says WNMW also is looking at the incident, as well as the other allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct against employees.
“As we are aware, several individuals have come forward with their own accounts of inappropriate behavior by WNTMs employees and have been placed on administrative leave,” the news statement said.
“The WNB will work closely with the WNTM leadership to address the situation, including working with the company to ensure that all appropriate steps are taken to ensure the safety of our employees and our publications.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.