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Harvey Weinstein 'Reaches $44 Million Deal' With Accusers

About $30 million would compensate women who have accused him of sexual misconduct as well as former employees of Weinstein Co. and studio creditors, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Harvey Weinstein exits the courtroom after a hearing in State Supreme Court on April 26 in New York. The Hollywood producer reportedly reached a $44 million deal to resolve a series of lawsuits and compensate women who accused him of sexual misconduct. Source: Stephanie Keith

Updated at 10:35 a.m.

Harvey Weinstein and his former film studio board members have reached a tentative deal with women who accused the movie mogul of sexual misconduct.

On Thursday, Adam Harris, a lawyer for Weinstein Co. co-founder Bob

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