Months have handed since celebrities first wore Time’s Up pins on the crimson carpet, however the advocacy group hasn’t stopped combating for girls going through harassment.
On Sunday, Ronan Farrow published another bombshell investigation in The New Yorker. In his newest story, six new ladies accused CBS chief govt Leslie Moonves of sexual misconduct.
Moonves, one of America’s highest-paid CEOs, stepped down hours later — however nonetheless with hope of an eventual payout from his former employer.
“As of a few days in the past, they have been nonetheless speaking about doubtlessly letting him depart with a really beneficiant exit bundle, as much as the neighborhood of $100 million,” Farrow said on CNN. “Most of the ladies discovered that very, very irritating. They felt this was a board that has let a strong man who makes some huge cash for this firm, within the phrases of 1 particular person, ‘get away with it.'”
Amidst rumors that Moonves would obtain a multi-million greenback “golden parachute” bundle,…