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NYT: Disgraced CBS Chief Les Moonves Misled Investigators

According to a report obtained by The New York Times, lawyers working for CBS say Moonves obstructed an investigation into his alleged sexual misconduct. His lucrative exit package may be withheld.
Les Moonves, former CEO of CBS Corp., attends a conference in Sun Valley, Idaho, on July 11. Moonves was ousted in September after several women accused him of harassment and sexual assault. Source: Drew Angerer

Les Moonves, the former head of CBS, actively obstructed an investigation into allegations that he sexually harassed and assaulted employees, according to a draft report byAs a result, Moonves may be barred from receiving the controversial $120 million severance package he had been promised under his

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