New sexual assault allegations against former CBS executive Les Moonves have surfaced. Actress Bobbie Phillips alleges in 1995 her manager set up a meeting with Moonves, who was president of Warner Bros. at the time.
Phillips alleged that Moonves showed her an easel of projects and said, “look how hard you make me.” She claims he said if she was his girlfriend, he’d put her on any show. She then claims he allegedly grabbed her neck, forced her to ground, and made her perform oral sex. When the phone rang, she left.
Latest allegations could cost Moonves $120 million if proven that he tried to keep this woman quiet. In 2017, Moonves allegedly told an agent if Bobbie talks, he’d be finished. Moonves said he strongly believe the encounter with Ms. Phillips more than 20 years ago was consensual.
One day after it was reported that his wife, Julie Chen, will be back to host “Big Brother”, an expose came out. Julie’s been hosting the show since 2000, but we haven’t seen her since the finale on September 26.
“Celebrity Big Brother” premieres on January 21.
Elton John cancelled a sold-out performance in Orlando this week, 30 minutes after the show was supposed to start because of an ear infection. People complained they had already paid for parking, flights, hotels, babysitters, and drinks before he cancelled.
The show will be rescheduled, and refunds are allowed.
Matt Barnes is still feuding with his ex, Gloria Govan. Matt won sole custody of their twin 10 year-old boys recently, and doesn’t think Gloria should be getting the $20k a month he’s been giving her.
Matt is with the kids 71% of the time. He claims his salary has been significantly reduced since leaving the NBA, making around $150,000 a year.
He recently said women misuse child support to spend the money on themselves.
Fifty-five year-old Brigitte Nielsen-who gave birth five months ago-says it’s easier being a mother now than when she was 20.
Brigitte says she has more energy to be a hands-on mom now than when she was younger, and is more thoughtful and prepared to be a parent.