Board of Directors to Discuss Sexual Harassment Accusations Against CBS CEO

The chairman and CEO of CBS is being accused of sexual harassment.

Monday, the board of directors at CBS are meeting to discuss the matter.

Some of the accusations date back to 1985, before Leslie Moonves worked at CBS.

Three other accusations against Moonves came over the years after he joined the network in 1995.

One accuser says she believes she lost a television deal when she rejected Moonves’ request for a private dinner in the early ‘80s.

The CBS chairman and CEO denies or says he doesn’t remember many of the details outlined in The New Yorker report.

CBS previously hired an outside attorney to investigate claims of misconduct in the news division.

The network says that work is ongoing and includes the allegations in The New Yorker article.