In a Securities and Exchange Commission filing yesterday, CBS disclosed that the sexual allegations associated with its former chief executive office Les Moonves have moved beyond the in-house investigation.
As Louis Casiano reports in Fox News:
"The Manhattan District Attorney's Office and the New York City Commission on Human Rights issued subpoenas to the network regarding its inquiry into the allegations [about Moonves."
This latest development does not bode well for Moonves' being about to receive a large exit package.
If it is determined that he had been terminated for cause then it is unlikely he will receive any of the possible $120 million he could have walked away with.
That's despite his hiring famous lawyer Dan Petrocelli. He also tried to hire Superlawyer David Boies but was turned down.
In addition, like Harvey Weinstein, Moonves could face criminal charges.
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