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Court approves $17 million payout to Harvey Weinstein’s accusers – NBC News

Nearly three years after the Weinstein Co. declared bankruptcy, a judge on Monday confirmed a liquidation plan that provides a $17.1 million fund for Weinstein’s…

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Nearly three years after the Weinstein Co. declared bankruptcy, a judge on Monday confirmed a liquidation plan that provides a $17.1 million fund for Harvey Weinstein’s sexual misconduct accusers.
The plan also provides $9.7 million to the former officers and directors of the Weinstein Co., allowing them to pay a portion of their legal bills over the last several years. The directors and officers who include Weinstein’s brother, Bob, as well as James Dolan, Tarak Ben Ammar and Lance Maerov also…

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