More than a year into #MeToo, sexual harassment claims have hit company leaders in entertainment, law and other industries, and launched a series of internal investigations into misconduct.

But not all of those investigations have gone uninterrupted. According the New York Times, a drafted report for CBS’s board of directors claims former company CEO Leslie Moonves destroyed evidence and obstructed an investigation of his own sexual misconduct allegations.

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