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New Accuser Says Former CBS CEO Les Moonves Forced Her To Perform Oral Sex

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New Accuser Says Former CBS CEO Les Moonves Forced Her To Perform Oral Sex

New Accuser Says Former CBS CEO Les Moonves Forced Her To Perform Oral Sex

According to The Wrap, the New York Times reported that actress Bobbie Phillips claimed that former CBS CEO Les Moonves forced her to perform oral sex on him during a 1995 business meeting.

Phillips says that Moonves then conspired with her former manager to keep her silent when he knew he was being investigated for sexual misconduct.

In a statement to the Times Moonves said, “I strongly believe that the sexual encounter with Ms. Phillips more than 20 years ago was consensual.” Phillips’ former manager, Marv Dauer said he recalls asking Phillips how her meeting went with Moonves and she said, "Not very well.

I don’t want to talk about it." Dauer also said Phillips declined an offer to meet producers with Moonves, saying she would never speak to or work with Moonves again.

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