Notorious Democratic Party sweetheart, alongside Chairman and CEO of CBS Corporation Les Moonves, is reportedly out after a stunning six additional women have accused the television mogul of sexual assault.
The claims against Moonves include women saying he forced them to give him oral sex, on repeat occasions; exposed his penis to them without their consent; and that he engaged in the use of physical violence against him.
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They each claim Moonves used intimidation tactics against them and would use his influential power to crush the opposition and prevent them from finding careers anywhere in Hollywood's bastion of degeneracy.
Moonves was, unsurprisingly, born to a Jewish family in New York City, the son of Josephine (Schleifer) and Herman Moonves, and grew up in Valley Stream, New York. His mother was a nurse.
He has two brothers, including entertainment attorney Jonathan Moonves; and one sister Melissa Moonves Colon.
He attended Valley Stream Central High School and went to Bucknell University, graduating in 1971.
This brings the total accusations against Moonves to a shocking twelve female victims of his degeneracy and criminal behavior.
Phyllis Golden-Gottlieb, a powerful female executive herself, says, “she filed a criminal complaint late last year with the Los Angeles Police Department, accusing 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,” reports Ronan Farrow.
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<a href="https://heavy.com/news/2018/09/phyllis-golden-gottlieb/"><h4>Heavy writes:</h4></a>
<blockquote>Now 82 and looking far younger, in this photo from 2013, when she was 77, Gottlieb was described by family and friends as “just beautiful,” and “striking” with “good genes.</blockquote>
<blockquote>She worked with Moonves at TV studio Lorimar in the 1980s. She by then had already had an impressive TV career as she shows on her Facebook; proud of her time with Walt Disney Motion Pictures Group. She also held executive posts at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and at NBC.</blockquote>
<blockquote>In 1986, Moonves was in charged of TV movies at Lorimar and Golden-Gottlieb was in charge of developing sitcoms. She told the magazine that Moonves invited her to lunch to talk business but instead took her on a drive to an out-of-the-way area and forced her to perform oral sex.</blockquote>
<blockquote>The account she provided to The New Yorker is graphic: she claims he “grabbed my head and he took it all the way down onto his penis, and pushed his penis into my mouth,” and held her head there and “…came very quickly.” She said she was “numb” and uncertain about what to do but did demand he drive her back to Lorimar.</blockquote>
"Our Board of Directors is conducting a thorough investigation of these matters, which is ongoing," CBS said in a statement.
Moonves has made it known since the 2016 elections, which Donald Trump was victorious in; that he and the liberal mentality of his networks would be a thorn in the side of the President of the United States of America, using flawed and unfunny characters such as Alec Baldwin to insult the 45th Commander-in-Chief.
Some would proclaim this is the “Trump Curse,” which all who have opposed Trump crash and burn; as if he were a <i>prophetic</i> decision, and specifically chosen to lead the nation.
The 68-year-old Moonves isn't exactly poor, since as of 2014, his<a href="https://variety.com/2014/tv/news/cbs-chief-les-moonves-received-66-9-million-pay-package-for-2013-1201156199/"> salary was $66.9 million dollars annually</a>, something most Americans couldn't fathom.
Having that wealth and power in mind, Moonves apparently made a decision within a matter of hours of today's report.
Les Moonves was already under fire for the allegations from a half-dozen women last month, when<a href="https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/as-leslie-moonves-negotiates-his-exit-from-cbs-women-raise-new-assault-and-harassment-claims"> The New Yorker </a>reported their explosive report about <i>six more women</i> coming forward.
Contrary to the original report by<a href="https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2018/08/06/les-moonves-and-cbs-face-allegations-of-sexual-misconduct"> The New Yorker</a>, the new story was designed to slam Moonves as a sexual predator, amidst his negotiations with CBS for his already pending departure as Chairman and CEO.
This perverse executive who chose to harass and denigrate women is now at the mercy of CBS, who has the upper hand in witnessing Moonves leave with next-to-nothing from the split with the network.
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<a href="https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/as-leslie-moonves-negotiates-his-exit-from-cbs-women-raise-new-assault-and-harassment-claims"><h4>The New Yorker writes:</h4></a
<blockquote>Update: Three hours after the publication of this story, CNN reported that Moonves will step down from his position at CBS. A person familiar with the discussions said that Moonves will no longer receive any of his exit compensation, pending the results of the independent investigation into the allegations, and that a portion of the amount he would have received will be donated to organizations focussed on sexual harassment and assault.</blockquote>
"The appalling accusations in this article are untrue," Moonves told The New Yorker in a statement. "What is true is that I had consensual relations with three of the women some 25 years ago before I came to CBS. And I have never used my position to hinder the advancement or careers of women. In my 40 years of work, I have never before heard of such disturbing accusations. I can only surmise they are surfacing now for the first time, decades later, as part of a concerted effort by others to destroy my name, my reputation, and my career. Anyone who knows me knows that the person described in this article is not me."
This is one of many reasons Congress should remove the statute of limitations on rape.
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Another woman also accused Jeff Fager, the executive producer of "60 Minutes," of sexual misconduct, telling the magazine that he groped her at a work party when she was an intern at CBS in the early 2000s.
"I have encouraged everyone at 60 Minutes to speak to the lawyers reviewing our culture with the hope that our entire staff would have a voice, and the truth would come out about our workplace," Fager told The New Yorker. "It was at the center of my talk to the staff when we returned from vacation because I believe that a fair and open investigation will determine 60 Minutes is a good place where talented women and men thrive and produce some of the finest broadcast journalism in America." He also previously denied that the alleged incidents took place.
Moonves is lying, at least, according to the numerous women, and it would certainly seem that these graphic accounts are by far only the beginning.
With Moonves out, it begs the question of who will replace him, and that decision could forever transform the network into a possibly right-leaning outfit.
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