Earlier this month, E! ended an investigation into sexual misconduct allegations against the star due to a lack of evidence. Seacrest, who’s set to host the Oscars red carpet show this weekend, has denied former stylist Suzie Hardy’s allegations that he grabbed her crotch on multiple occasions, gave her unwanted hugs while wearing only underwear and once slapped her butt hard enough to leave a bruise. Hardy says when she reported Seacrest’s behavior to HR in 2013, she was fired. Now she’s calling on E! to improve its harassment reporting policies.