If Julie Chen is going to be marooned on Big Brother island, she better be compensated for it, dammit! Juile’s husband, ex-CBS head Les Moonves, and his reputation went down in a flaming pile of Ronan Farrow fever. Ronan’s reporting unmasked years of sexual misconduct allegations against Les, and Les was told to scram. He seemed to take it all in stride since he was still up for a $120 million severance package, but CBS decided to nip that in the bud since, well, they’re probably needing the cash to pay the lawyers handling the OTHER pervs they once had on the payroll. We didn’t hear much from Les after he was told “Hard pass!” on the request for his severance, but now he’s back challenging the ruling keeping him away from millions.
Today I’ve got my pom poms out yelling at the top of my lungs at the news that former CBS chairman Les Mooves will NOT be receiving his $120 Million severance package after allegations came out that he got real pervy with a multitude of women during his time on CBS’ Iron Throne.
As head of a major American television network, Les Moonves held the power to change the lives with a single decision, based on nothing more than an impulse, a perceived insult, or a mood. In the latest of many, many, revelations that Les made business decisions with his crusty dick, Cybill Shepherd claims that Les cancelled her CBS TV show Cybill as punishment for rejecting his advances after the two had dinner together.
Get ready for a lot more “and I’m Julie Chen Moonves” from Julie Chen on future seasons of Big Brother because it sounds like she won’t be giving a divorce lawyer a boatload of cash. Her husband, Les Moonves, is sitting around waiting to figure out if CBS is going to fork over $120 million in a severance package to him after her was booted from the network in light of all sorts of horrific #metoo allegations. The Chenbot left her perch on The Talk (and is being replaced by Carrie Ann Inaba) in order to be with her family/not take questions from Sharon Osbourne about what it’s like to sleep in bed next to a monster. Well, a whole new round of tawdry tales about Les came out this week, but Julie ain’t going anywhere. Continue reading
According to The New York Times, CBS did a network investigation into the sexual assault and harassment allegations against their former head bitch Les Moonves. They hired attorneys who are now done looking into over a dozen claims of sexual misconduct and the report is not glowing… unlike Les’ old office in a black light.
Les Moonves stepped down as CEO and chairman of CBS in September after he was exposed by Ronan Farrow and The New Yorker for being an alleged sexual harasser. CBS launched an “internal investigation” and depending on how it went, Les could end up with a $120 million severance package. But according to a new story from The New York Times, he could end up with nothing after it was claimed he covered up a rape.