CBS paid more than $ 5 million in a settlement agreement reached in the 1990s with a woman who claimed that former former 60-minute executive producer Doug Hewitt sexually assaulted her, the New York Times reported on Thursday.
Attorneys employed by CBS to investigate the workplace culture at "60 Minutes" is set to present a report to the board next week, according to Times, who received a draft.
The report, precipitated by high profile relocation by the manufacturer Jeff & # 39; 60 Minutes Jeff Fager and CBS Managing Director Les Moonves for alleged sexual maladministration found the program's separation from the larger company as a problem.
"The physical, administrative, and cultural separation between" 60 minutes "and the rest of CBS News allowed for the failure of some 60-minute employees."
Hewitt's alleged assault continued for a number of years and blocked the woman's career, the lawyers wrote in the Republic City, according to the Times.
CBS had determined that her claims were credible, and the settlement has exceeded $ 5 million in total, plus annual payments of $ 75,000 for the rest of their lives after they started at 450,000.
The Survey also contains examples that Fager behaves inadequately with colleagues, including "some kind of sexually inappropriate behavior" against a CBS employee who claimed in 2009 that he had dropped her, according to the Times.
"This is the first thing I hear Someone of these claims about my personal behavior, "explains Fager Times.
"I'm surprised and ruined to hear them from The New York Times since I was not given the opportunity of CBS investigators to respond to their accuracy."