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CBS announced on Monday it will not pay out a controversial $120 million severance package to former CEO Leslie Moonves. The company said it had ample reason to fire the disgraced executive for cause. Gabe Ginsberg/Getty Images for Showtime hide caption

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More Harassment Allegations Emerge At CBS

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Actress Eliza Dushku reached a $9.5 million settlement with CBS last year after she alleged she was written off Bull because she had made a sexual harassment complaint against the show's lead. Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images hide caption

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Les Moonves, former CEO of CBS Corp., attends a conference in Sun Valley, Idaho, on July 11. Moonves was ousted in September after several women accused him of harassment and sexual assault. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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CBS News said Wednesday that 60 Minutes Executive Producer Jeff Fager would be leaving the company, following allegations he had sexually harassed employees. Fager is seen here in May. Brad Barket/Getty Images for Peabody hide caption

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CBS CEO and Chairman Leslie Moonves arrives arrives at a promotional boxing aprty in August 2017. The 68-year-old has been accused by six women of sexual assault and harassment. Gabe Ginsberg/Getty Images for Showtime hide caption

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