Ronan Farrow Takes Down CBS CEO Les Moonves

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Sep. 10, 2018

Ronan Farrow is systematically taking down every one of the establishment's most powerful servants.

From The New Yorker:
As the negotiations continue and shareholders and advocacy groups accuse the board of failing to hold Moonves accountable, new allegations are emerging. Six additional women are now accusing Moonves of sexual harassment or assault in incidents that took place between the nineteen-eighties and the early aughts. They include claims that Moonves forced them to perform oral sex on him, that he exposed himself to them without their consent, and that he used physical violence and intimidation against them. A number of the women also said that Moonves retaliated after they rebuffed him, damaging their careers. Similar frustrations about perceived inaction have prompted another woman to raise a claim of misconduct against Jeff Fager, the executive producer of "60 Minutes," who previously reported to Moonves as the chairman of CBS News.
One of the women with allegations against Moonves, a veteran television executive named Phyllis Golden-Gottlieb, told me that 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 in later incidents. The two worked together in the late nineteen-eighties. Law-enforcement sources told me that they found Golden-Gottlieb's allegations credible and consistent but prosecutors declined to pursue charges because the statutes of limitations for the crimes had expired. Early this year, Moonves informed a portion of the CBS board about the criminal investigation.

The terms of Moonves's potential departure have yet to be settled. Last week, news reports had circulated that he might leave with an exit package of nearly a hundred million dollars. Several of the women expressed outrage that Moonves might be enriched by his departure from the company. Jessica Pallingston, a writer, alleges that Moonves coerced her into performing oral sex on him when she worked as his temporary assistant, in the nineties, and that, after she repelled subsequent sexual advances, he became hostile, at one point calling her a "cunt." "It's completely disgusting," she said of the reports of Moonves's potential exit package. "He should take all that money and give it to an organization that helps survivors of sexual abuse."
Remember, Moonves is the one who put Stephen Colbert (pronounced Coal-Burt) on the air:



These are the Hollywood liberals who want to lecture us all about what "our values" are as a nation.

Perhaps they could take a day off from lecturing us about "Drumpf" and focus on all the Hollywood executives raping all their peers?

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