By Summer Jarro
Special to RBR+TVBR
Several allegations of sexual assault and misconduct have recently been made toward CBS Corporation Chairman and CEO Les Moonves.
Even with the allegations made, CBS has continued to allow Moonves to remain in his positions at the corporation.
A report by CBS Money Watch published on Aug. 20 also stated that Moonves could possibly receive a $200 million severance package from CBS if he decides to leave the corporation before his contract ends in 2021.
Following the report, Ultraviolet, a national women’s group with one million members focused on fighting for women’s rights, sent a letter to the CBS Board of Directors demanding they fire Moonves and not give a multimillion dollar severance package.