Nope. Not proud of it, but not hiding it, either. When your customer withholds information while you are trying to help them, thus making the process longer, you can express your displeasure. Politely. If they choose to complain, so be it.
The point being, except during my annual reviews, it never came up.
I also know someone who was let go for 'sexual harrassment'. He liked to slap butts. There was a warning, time off without pay, then a dismissal. Process.
If the charges against Herman had merit, he may know the details. Since the complaining party left the company, with some severance, one might assume they were the ones with issues and the company found it less expensive to offer them a 'package' to leave. They would never admit the fact, however.
I WOULD like to know the details, if they are pertinent. How many harrassment claims were made during the 3 years that HC worked at the NRA? Was he the only target? How were the claimants connected? Direct employee relationship (ignore the fact he was CEO and all reported up the ladder) or he-said, she-said?