Actress Eva Longoria spoke out about the sexual misconduct allegations against Leslie Moonves, saying she does not know whether they’re true but she wants to find out.
Variety reports that Longoria is hoping executives at CBS are committed to an honest investigation.
“I think we need to keep calling out these corporations and the systematic sexism in these institutions and call them out to do full and transparent investigations,” Variety quotes Longoria saying Sunday at the premiere of her new film “Dog Days.” “Everybody says, ‘But [the allegations] are so old.’ No! The timing doesn’t matter. What matters is that it happened.”
The report notes that allegations have also been made against CBS shows including “60 Minutes,” “NCIS: New Orleans” and “Star Trek: Discovery.”
“There were a lot of people corroborating the environment,” Longoria is quoted saying. “What happens in these situations is when you uncover one person, you uncover a culture of a company. The whole culture of the company was this way — from ’60 Minutes’ to everything.”