Les Moonves is reportedly at the helm of a new business project just months after being released from CBS over a number of sexual neglects.
Moonves is on the way up Moon Rise Unlimited, reported the New York Times Friday, referring to an archiving with the California Secretary of the State Office.
According to the filing, Moon Rise is a corporation that will focus on "entertainment services."
CBS is reportedly billing Moonve's office space for one year as part of the agreement. The network did not respond promptly to a request from The Hill on Friday.
The submission shows that Moonves, who was forced out of CBS in September, also formed Moon Rise Technologies and Moon Rise Productions to provide streaming services and The Times respectively.
However, the three companies have all maintained low profiles, with Moon Rise Unlimited, not even creating a website or seeking any campaign.
A Moonves spokesman confirmed The Times that the former network administrator had an office in a building in Hollywood, but denied further comment. The building's lobby has no catalog because "tenants do not want people to know they are here," said a security guard on duty to the newspaper.
Moonves has denied any violation of the charges against him and claimed that any sexual encounters were consensual. He is currently ready for a legal battle with his old company over his retirement.
CBS had said it would not pay him any of the $ 1
The network has also paid Moonve's legal fees as part of the initial agreement, even though Moonves had to pay for it even if CBS wins the final match.