\n Tour\u00e9 is denying accusations of workplace sexual harassment.\u00a0\n (Getty)After seeing music journalist\u00a0Tour\u00e9 Neblett appear in a 2008 clip interviewing R. Kelly on the "Surviving R. Kelly\u201d docuseries\u00a0\u2013\u00a0which details the allegations of abuse against the R&B artist\u00a0\u2013\u00a0a woman said she was inspired to come forward with her own accusations against the former MSNBC host.The woman, who goes by Dani, told Essence\u00a0on Friday that she worked as a makeup artist with Tour\u00e9 in 2017 at Time Inc. where he allegedly\u00a0made sexually explicit comments to her on set.\u201cI worked with him most of 2017, I left in October, before he left,\u201d she claimed to the outlet, adding that she reported Tour\u00e9, who goes by his first name, to human resources.Tour\u00e9\u00a0denied the allegations in a statement to Essence."On the show, our team, including myself, engaged in edgy, crass banter, that at the time I did not think was offensive for our tight-knit group. I am sorry for my language and for making her feel uncomfortable in any way. As a lead on the show, I should have refrained from this behavior. I have learned and grown from this experience,"\u00a0Tour\u00e9 said.A rep for Tour\u00e9 did not immediately\u00a0return Fox News' request for comment.\u00a0Meredith Corp, which bought Time Inc. in 2018, had no comment when reached by Fox News.Dani first accused\u00a0Tour\u00e9 of harassment on an Instagram post from the journalist's recent appearance on "The Club House" in which he discusses the allegations against R. Kelly, "But @toureshow used to sexually harass me? How that work?" she wrote on Wednesday in a since-deleted comment obtained by Essence.Dani also claimed she received an apology from Tour\u00e9 over Instagram."He went on Hot97 to talk about Harvey Weinstein (after he apologized). I accepted his apology and was OK to move on but, you can\u2019t be a sexual predator and go around shaming other predators,\u201d she told Essence.The makeup artist said she came forward, after seeing Tour\u00e9\u00a0"going around as R. Kelly\u2019s docuseries spokesman to different radio stations," that "the lies had to stop.""I\u2019ve worked with Mouse Jones before and wanted him to know the truth," she stated.Tour\u00e9 was part of MSNBC\u2019s \u201cThe Cycle,\u201d an ensemble show that was canceled in 2015 after a two-year run.\u00a0"The Cycle\u201d also included Abby Huntsman, Ari Melber, S.E. Cupp and Steve Kornacki \u2014\u00a0who have all found success on other programs.Prior to his gig at MSNBC, Tour\u00e9 had a variety of jobs in journalism, including a stint at BET News, where he conducted an infamous interview with R. Kelly in 2008. At the time, the R&B legend's answers raised eyebrows when Tour\u00e9 pressed him about having sexual relations with teenage girls. As a result, Tour\u00e9 has been back in the public eye because he is part of the popular \u201cSurviving R. Kelly\u201d docuseries.