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CBS wants to top no lump sum to give

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NEW YORK – television network CBS to refuse the dismissed chief executive Leslie Moonves, a lump sum of over 100 million euros to pay for it. The media company is preparing for a legal battle with the former driver who is accused of sexual misconduct, and sexual assault before and during his time at CBS.

Former ceo Leslie Moonves

The decision to Moonves from his position and no lump sum grant follows after the top of the company, the results of an independent study conducted by two law firms, has been evaluated. A draft version of that report was this month, and leaked to The New York Times. The accused Moonves of destroying evidence and attempted to bribe prosecutors with the promises of jobs at CBS.

Moonves has all the allegations are denied, and insists the sex with mutual consent.

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