Life After ten years, David Letterman says sorry for inappropriate behavior By weekster Posted on 2 weeks ago 2 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Ten years after an employee accused him of inappropriate behavior in the workplace, David Letterman (72) apologized for that. “I don’t want that, I’m not like that anymore either” For a new article at Vanity Fair, Nell Scovell spoke to David Letterman. The talk show host says he recently read the earlier publication for the first time, and feels terrible about the way things were going at the time. “I can look at it from a different perspective now, I’m sorry I didn’t do that at the time. Who wants to be the guy who makes people unhappy at their workplace? I don’t want that, I’m not like that anymore, but then I was exactly that guy. ” The presenter states that he has learned his lesson. “That shouldn’t have been necessary, because it was obvious. I knew what I was doing was not right.” In the interview, he said that he taught his fifteen-year-old son how to deal with women differently. “My son knows what happened during that period of my life. We have conversations about girls and how you treat them. I don’t think he will make these mistakes, and I’m sorry I did.” At the time, the woman wrote in an article for Vanity Fair that female colleagues who took advantage of the presenter’s and other senior men in the production team got a better job. According to this Nell Scovell, this created a hostile working atmosphere behind the scenes of the talk show Late Night With David Letterman.