Several women who claim they were sexually abused by disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein are pleading with a US judge to reject an US$18.9 million settlement with the former entertainment mogul, fearing that the deal would prevent the defendants’ insurers from making bigger payouts.
The settlement, first announced on June 30, would have allowed accusers to claim between US$7,500 and US$750,000 each.
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