And divorcee Sue Smith, 41, told the paper Grantham exposed himself three times over a webcam after they met through a mutual friend.On Sunday, The People claimed that Grantham, a father of three, described sexual fantasies before exposing himself in front of the webcam in his BBC dressing room to a 23-year-old known only as Amanda.
Making them cock suckers, bitches, whores and so much more.
Training them to be good little girls and not the sluts that they really are.
It was also reported that Grantham sent sexually explicit messages by e-mail.
In his statement, issued through the BBC yesterday, he "unreservedly" apologised to the BBC, and cast and crew - particularly actors Kim Medcalf, Wendy Richard, Shane Richie and Jessie Wallace - whom he was said to have criticised.
A spokesman said earlier: "Anything that exposes the programme to embarrassment and any abuse of BBC resources is taken very seriously by the BBC."However we do appreciate Leslie's sincere expression of regret and his decision to make a contribution to charity."We do not intend to make any further public statements about this matter."While BBC bosses are said to be furious at Grantham's behaviour, they do not plan to take any further action against him.