A Piers Morgan Tonight panel has brushed aside tea party favorite Christine O'Donnell's sexism charges against Piers Morgan.

O'Donnell walked off the CNN interview show soon after Morgan asked her questions about gay marriage and whether she shared Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann's opinion that “Don't Ask, Don't Tell” repeal should be undone.

But O'Donnell has said she wasn't ruffled by those questions but instead it was a previous question on masturbation that turned the interview sour for her. She called Morgan sexist and accused him of “borderline sexual harassment.”

During the interview, Morgan played a clip of a younger O'Donnell saying “masturbation is wrong. He then asked the former Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate from Delaware whether she still felt the same way.

“If he was sitting there talking to Barack Obama or Joe Biden or any other male Senate candidates, talking about masturbation and all of this stuff, it would've been creepy,” O'Donnell said.

Morgan's panel of civil rights attorney Gloria Allred, Change the Ratio founder Rachel Sklar and Time's James Poniewozik found their host “not guilty” on Friday.

“Piers in this instance you are definitely not guilty,” Sklar said. “I thought your questions were appropriate and certainly germane. And I still can't understand why Christine O'Donnell chose that particular moment to walk out but in this case no, you're doing okay.”

Allred called O'Donnell's claims “nonsense,” adding that they trivialized the real harm sexual harassment victims face.