The New York Post: Alleged sexual assault by Les Moonves, ex-CEO of CBS, described in new report

Disgraced ex-CBS chief Les Moonves forced an aspiring actress to perform oral sex on him during a 1995 meeting — and his efforts to cover it up could cost him a $120 million severance package, according to a new report Wednesday.

Bobbie Phillips, then 25, told the New York Times that she went to Moonves’ office at the Warner Bros. studio in Burbank at the direction of her manager, who told her that Moonves — who’d just launched the hit TV shows “Friends” and “E.R” — could make her a star.

During the March 7, 1995, meeting, Phillips said Moonves — then president of Warner Bros.

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