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Sexual Misconduct / Moonves #1129847

ABC Evening News for Monday, Sep 10, 2018
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Studio: Eva Pilgrim) The resignation of CBS CEO Les Moonves after the latest allegations in the "New Yorker" of his sexual misconduct from six more women examined. ["New Yorker" writer Ronan FARROW†- says Moonves was a golden boy for CB, so women feared to speak out.] The statements from retired TV executive victim Phyllis Golden-Gottlieb quoted. [GOLDEN-GOTTLIEB - describes what happened to her: he hurt her career.] [July 30, "The Talk" co-host Julie CHEN†- stands by her statement in defense of her husband.] ["The Talk" co-host Sharon OSBORNE†- comments on Moonves & the victims.] A statement from Moonves denying the charges he abused his position quoted. The issue of his multi-million dollar severance package noted.

Muir, David;
Pilgrim, Eva

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