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American media giant will no vertrekbonus of 120 million after allegations of sexual abuse

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Les Moonves, the former ceo of the American CBS, will receive no severance payment of 120 million dollars after allegations of sexual abuse. That decision by the board of directors of the company Monday.

According to the board of directors made the man feel guilty to, inter alia, ” the violation of the corporate policy’ and ‘employment contract’. He would the company have deceived and refuse to cooperate with the investigation, what it sounds like.

A dozen women accused Moonves of sexual harassment or sexual assault. The ceo has a relationship with some of the women, but denies that he was engaging in inappropriate behavior.

CBS is in the USA a very popular station, with programs like ” The Big Bang Theory’, ‘Survivor’ and ‘CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’. Moonves arrived in 1995 at the transmitter as head of entertainment. He worked his way up to one of the best paid ceos of the US, with a compensation of 68 million dollars last year. In september, he went on, as a result of several complaints of sexual abuse.

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