Harvey Weinstein was left broke and alone with no chance of happiness in coming years after the Hollywood mogul filed bankruptcy, allocating $17 million to victims, Your Content has learned.
According to The Associated Press, the revised settlement also provides about $35 million for creditors, with $8.4 million going into a liquidation trust for non-sexual misconduct claims, and $9.7 million as reimbursement for defense costs incurred by company officials other than Weinstein.
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