As for her future with her husband, Julie is reportedly "100%" not leaving Les, and is standing by him as he fights these allegations.
Chen's decision to leave the TV show is effective immediately, CNNMoney reported cnnmon.ie/2PLASeF, citing two sources close to her.
Chen was absent for the season premiere of The Talk last week and hasn't returned.
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After the clip aired, co-host Sara Gilbert expressed solidarity with Chen. "Goodnight", she said when addressing viewers.
Prior to that, Julie released the following statement: 'I've known my husband since the late '90s, and I've been married to him for nearly 14 years.
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Last week, she also signed off from an episode of "Big Brother", which she hosts, with a subtle nod of support: "From outside the Big Brother house ..."
Speaking to the publication, a source said: 'She has decided that her main focus needs to be clearing her husband's name from accusations made 25-30 years ago and tending to her son'. For the first time, she used her full, married name when signing off.
After the July 27 New Yorker story detailed allegations by six women against Moonves, Chen issued what has been to this point her only public statement. Leslie's a good man and loving father, a devoted husband and an inspiring corporate leader. When the initial allegations against him surfaced, Chen released a statement via Twitter which read, "I have known my husband, Leslie Moonves, since the late '90s, and I have been married to him for nearly 14 years".
'He has always been a kind, decent and moral human being. Her talents played a big role in our successful launch of CBS' first network daytime talk show, and in the series growth into an Emmy Award-winning broadcast.
Moonves denied the allegations and asserted that it was all part of a "concerted effort" to take him down. "Anyone who knows me knows that the person described in this article is not me". Ironically, he actually helped found the Commission on Eliminating Sexual Harassment and Advancing Equality in the Workplace, an organization helmed by Anita Hill, the woman who accused Supreme Court justice Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment.