A woman who is one of the many accusers describing alleged inappropriate behavior by Leslie Moonves provides details about what she told investigators in a first-person piece published today by The Hollywood Reporter.
June Seley Kimmel describes an incident she says happened in 1985 when she pitched a movie to Moonves.
“He said, ‘We are going to make this movie,'” Kimmel says. “He came over and hugged me, I thought he was just being genuine. And he held me super close and proceeded to stick his tongue down my throat. It was revolting. He didn’t even kiss me! Just the tongue down the throat.”
Kimmel goes on to suggest that after she rejected his advances, Moonves quickly lost interest in the project. We encourage readers to click on the link above to THR to read the full article.