He wrote that "six additional women have accused the television executive of sexual misconduct, as the board of the CBS Corporation weighs the terms of his departure".
"I am taking a few days off from "The Talk" to be with my family", Chen said in a statement.
"Obviously the man has a problem", Osbourne said.
In late July, in the immediate wake of the New Yorker's original expose of Moonves, Chen said in a statement, "I have known my husband, Leslie Moonves, since the late '90s, and I have been married to him for nearly 14 years...." Osbourne admitted she was asked to give a statement about Moonves and did, but now can not support him.
Sharon then suggested her own show might be on the chopping block because there's now a new regime at CBS. and not just her show - all shows. These fresh accounts of sexual misconduct include claims that Moonves forced women to perform oral sex on him and that he exposed himself to them without their consent.
Osbourne noted that one story in particular, about former TV executive Phyllis Golden-Gottlieb, "really broke my heart". "20, 30 years ago, somebody that breaks somebody's life like that has to be accountable". "Why is it when men get power, it goes to their testicles? Anyone who knows me knows that the person described in this article is not me".
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The statement Chen was referring to read, "I have known my husband, Leslie Moonves, since the late '90s, and I have been married to him for nearly 14 years". All women's stories matter.
Now insiders tell Page Six that because of Fager's conspicuous absence at CBS HQ on Monday morning, "People over there are wondering if CBS will take action quickly now that Les is gone".
"I have never used my position to hinder the advancement or careers of women", he said.
The advocacy group Times Up said in a statement on Sunday afternoon, "We will accept nothing less than full transparency of the investigation's findings, a commitment to real change across all levels of CBS management and no reward for Les Moonves". "In other words sometimes the severance package will say we were going to give you $120 million".
Co-host Eve said, "I support Julie and I'm praying for her and praying for her family". She said she did so in a way that she thought was "as diplomatic as I could be".
Sheryl Underwood said she knows Chen is "a very strong" and "resilient" woman, before saying she considers the reports "a blessing from God to be unburdened from secrets and unchained from lies". "We believe them", Times' Up said in a statement early Sunday. But I'm confident the culture of the entertainment division is very safe, very collaborative and very welcoming.
CBS said on Sunday that it will donate $20 million of Moonves's potential severance pay to one or more organizations that support the #MeToo movement. He added that he was "deeply saddened" to leave CBS. Last week, multiple news outlets reported that Moonves was negotiating a possible exit with independent directors of CBS' board.