Movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is reportedly agreeing to pay 44-million dollars to settle lawsuits stemming from his alleged sexual assaults of women. The Wall Street Journal reports board members of his former film studio and the New York Attorney General’s office have reached the agreement. The deal will reportedly include 30-million dollars in cash for the alleged victims as well as former company employees, creditors and their lawyers. Fourteen million dollars will be set aside for legal fees. The money will reportedly come from insurance policies. Weinstein still faces criminal charges in connection with two alleged attacks on women in 2013 and 2006.
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