References regarding CBS Chief Executive Officer Leslie Les Moonves, who graduated from Bucknell University, have been removed from the school’s website, PennLive is reporting.
The move comes amid allegations of sexual misconduct against Moonves, who graduated from the Pennsylvania school in 1971, according to PennLive.
"Bucknell will not stand for sexual misconduct -- on campus or beyond," its president John Bravman said in explaining the school’s the action.
Moonves, 68, is accused of sexually harassing several women and permitting a culture of covering up such incidences to evolve at the network.
Journalist Ronan Farrow, writing for the New Yorker, said that women with professional dealings with Moonves felt their careers suffered after they refused his advances.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting CBS directors are looking at whether Moonves should step aside. The CBS board is expected to choose a special committee that will be tasked with examining the allegations involving Moonves.
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