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CBS Chairman Les Moonves Accusers Multiply, Accuse Him Of Assault
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9 Sep 2018 02:03 PM EST

According to a bombshell Sunday report from The New Yorker, six additional women have accused CBS Corporation CEO and Chairman Leslie Moonves of unwanted sexual advances, intimidation, and retaliation.
According to Business Insider, the new claims detailed by the report include that Moonves physically exposed himself to women without their consent. It also says he forced women to perform oral sex on him. Women told journalist Ronan Farrow that Moonves physically intimidated them and sometimes retaliated if they rejected his advances to damage their careers.
The report identifies a named accuser, television executive Phyllis Golden-Gottlieb. She filed a criminal complaint last year that accused Moonves of "physically restraining her and forcing her to perform oral sex on him, and of exposing himself to her and violently throwing her against a wall in later incidents," during their work together in the late 1980s.

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