Disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein has agreed to a tentative US$25 million settlement with his alleged sexual misconduct victims – and the board of his bankrupt film studio expects insurance companies to pick up the tab.
The agreement comes over two years after the allegations – ranging from sexual harassment to rape – were first reported by the New York Times. Since then, more than 70 actresses and former employees of his studio, the Weinstein Company, have accused the producer of misconduct.
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