To add to this... in cases in the real world, women have bitten their tongues and taken it for years rather than being thought of as trouble-maker much like Kellee was worried about how it would affect her game.. If an incident wasn't witnessed... and even sometimes if it was, if it wasn't sexual-touching often the victim will get the blame.... oh, she's just too sensitive/bitchy. He's such a nice guy. He never bothered me. (Ya, and Jeffrey Dahmer didn't eat everyone he met, but he was still a mass murderer)
And look at victims of domestic violence. For years, cases weren't prosecuted unless the victim pressed charges, but many were afraid to. Now the cops arrest the abuser even if there is no complaint filed if they have probable cause. And in the case of Kellee, there wasn't probable cause... there was outright proof on film.
I think the difference between Kellee and the crew member: the crew member wasn't competing for a million dollars. And even though it wasn't filmed, TPTB got corroboration from at least one of the players who witnessed what happened. The crew member just had to call her union and, in the MeToo era and CBS would have no choice but to act.