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After a weekend of behind-the-scenes discussions, CBS board members on Monday are expected to decide how to respond to allegations that Chief Executive Leslie Moonves sexually harassed women decades ago, according to several people familiar with the matter.
The 14-member board already was planning to meet in a previously scheduled telephone conference call. But now, the group must decide how best to investigate explosive allegations that were contained in a story published by the New Yorker on Friday.
Six women accused Moonves of “forcibly kissing” them, and some of the women believe that their careers were hampered when they spurned Moonves’ advances, according to the article.
The fate of Moonves, one of Hollywood’s highest-profile media figures, hangs in the balance. The Wall Street Journal late Sunday reported the board would discuss whether the longtime chief executive should take a leave of absence during the investigation. However, that outcome, while possible, has not been formally broached, said people close to the board who were not authorized to comment on the deliberations.
originally posted by: TomLawless
It's amazing how fast they'll buy into any debunk thrown out there as proof, with no accountability.
Just throw it out there and yell LARP. Totally disengenuous.