UPDATE: In a statement from the State of New York, it was announced that women who experienced a hostile work environment, sexual harassment and gender-based discrimination while working at The Weinstein Company or women who experienced sexual abuse at Harvey Weinstein is entitled to a refund pending the approval of a judge. The stipulated sum that these individuals will receive comes from a $ 18,875,000 victim compensation fund.
In addition, per the agreement negotiated by N.Y. Attorney General Letitia James, any person who previously signed a non-disclosure agreement related to Harvey Weinstein's sexual abuse is hereby discharged from the said contract.
A preliminary agreement has been reached in the civil case against Harvey Weinstein, the The New York Times reports.
Back in 2017 was the film producer accused of nearly 30 years for sexual abuse, claims that he has still denied. Wednesday, Weinstein appeared in a courtroom in New York City, via a walker, for a lawsuit over his criminal sexual assault case. After our court appearance Wednesday, a NYT The report, citing lawyers involved in the proceedings, stated that a preliminary agreement had been entered into between Weinstein, his former film company and his prosecutors.
According to the report, this is a $ 25 million preliminary settlement agreement with "dozens of his alleged sexual misconduct." Under this agreement, Weinstein would not have to admit that he was doing something wrong or paying the money himself. Instead, it would have been paid by insurance companies representing The Weinstein Company, which filed for bankruptcy in 2018.
The settlement still needs final cancellation and legal approval, but has reportedly received "preliminary approval."