Forbes, "What To Do When Your Abuser Isn't A Media Figure"

Last weekend, #MeToo struck its biggest blow since Harvey Weinstein. Les Moonves – the architect of the CBS media empire and one of the most powerful men in the entertainment business period, overseeing the acquisition of media outlets across the world – was brought down amidst a flurry of assault and harassment accusations, forced to exit the conglomerate he ruled for over twenty years. It’s perhaps the highest-profile fall from grace since #MeToo came to the forefront last year, and in its wake, it finally seems as if no one is too powerful to continue dodging the consequences of their actions. After all, who, if not Les Moonves, could possibly be safe?