Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has reached a provisional settlement deal with alleged sexual misconduct victims.
The settlement will compensate alleged victims to the tune of €39 million euro.
The agreement will also give around €12.5million in legal fees to Weinstein associates, who were named as defendants in the cases.
Weinstein was accused of alleged sexual misconduct by up to 75 women last year.
Some of the allegations date back 25 years.
This settlement will go towards civil lawsuits filed by two dozen women.
Ashley Judd’s case against Harvey Weinstein is ongoing and we intend to bring it to trial. She is not a party of any settlement.
— ashley judd (@AshleyJudd) May 24, 2019
The sum will be paid out by insurance policies covering Weinstein and the company, according to The Irish Daily Mail this morning.
Actress Ashley Judd took to Twitter to say that her case was not part of the settlement.
She stated that her case was ongoing, and that she intended to see the producer at trial.