Later in the day, Shoma Chaudhary stated that she had accepted the victim's resignation letter and that Tehelka accepted her resignation.
The victim says the organisation has failed her and that is has become very difficult for her to work in such conditions in the same organisation.
Three other colleagues had resigned after the alleged fateful incident. The staffers are not happy with the way the case has been handled by managing editor Shoma Chaudhary.
Earlier on Monday, Tejpal moved court seeking anticipatory bail to avert his arrest.
The court is expected to hear the case on Tuesday, Nov 26.