One of the six new women who spoke against Les Moonves in a revelation on Sunday had more detail on Monday about how he allegedly attacked her in the 1980s.
Phyllis Golden-Gottlieb, 82, is one of the women whose new lawsuits against Moonves led to her resignation as CEO of CBS on Sunday.
She alleges that he forced her to perform oral sex with him and was exposed to her in the 1980s, when they both worked as television executives for the now defunct producer Lorimar.
On Monday, she told Good Morning America that the incident and others she allegedly harassed cost her her career.
She did not report them to the police at that time because she was afraid of losing her job and, with two children at home to feed, she could not afford it.
Golden-Gottlieb reported Moonves to the police last year, but the statute of limitations meant it was beyond prosecution or a civil lawsuit.
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Phyllis Golden Gottlieb, now 82, appeared on Good Morning America on Monday with MeToo's famous attorney, Gloria Allred, to share her accusations against Moonves, who she said was forced to resort to her again and again when they worked together in the decade. of 1980. He denies it
"It took my whole career," Golden Gottlieb said Monday, appearing on ABC with famed attorney Gloria Allred.
I needed the job. I had two children who I was responsible for and I was scared, "he said, and explained why he stayed.
Insisting that her encounters "in no way" were consensual, she dismissed her Sunday statement that she had done nothing to damage any of the careers of her accusers.
"I just lay on the ground and I cried." I did not know what was going to happen to me
& # 39; It really hurt my career.
"Immediately after he appeared naked, he came running to my office and dedicated himself to all this because I did not send any memo to anyone and then he picked me up and threw me against the wall.
Moonves, 68, denies having forced any of the 13 women who accused him of misconduct
"I just lay on the ground and I cried." I did not know what was going to happen to me, "he said.
He was describing an alleged incident in his office that he told Ronan Farrow about as part of his exhibition on Sunday.
In that piece, she described how he retaliated against her when she rejected him by moving her to a smaller office.
& # 39; He was the head of CBS. No one was going to take me, "he said.
Although he can not claim damages in a civil court and a criminal investigation is out of the question, Golden-Gottlieb said he wanted to talk to get rid of having to keep the secret.
This happened a long time ago, but I just wanted to get rid of it. To share it with someone, "he said.
Allred said that although it was also too late to file a civil lawsuit against Moonves, his "victims" They deserved justice & # 39; of some kind.
Moonves has categorically denied forcing himself to any of the women.
He says that each and every sexual encounter he has had in his life has been agreed upon.
He resigned as president and CEO of CBS Corporation on Sunday, but will continue as board advisor for two years.