Transcript for Harvey Weinstein reaches civil settlement with accusers
And now to that new fury tonight involving disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein. Seen hobbling into court today for a hearing in his criminal trial. There is also word of a $47 million settlement with several other accusers. And reports that he will not have to pay for it himself or admit any wrongdoing. Here's Eva pilgrim. Reporter: A frail Harvey Weinstein hobbling into court today. His bail raised to $5 million, after prosecutors he say violated his ankle bracelet monitoring rules dozens of times. Just hours later, word of a $47 million settlement with dozens of his accusers. A source briefed on the deal says after attorney fees, about $31 million will be shared among more than 30 people who have accused Weinstein of sexual misconduct, ranging from harassment to rape. Weinstein is not required to admit to any wrongdoing. And the money would reportedly be paid by his studio's insurance company, not out of Weinstein's own pocket. The disgraced producer is now preparing for his trial in January on charges of rape and sexual assault of two women. One of them, Mimi haleyi, says Weinstein forced himself on her in 2006 when she was working as a production assistant. Women have the right to say no. A no is a no, regardless of the circumstances. And I told Harvey no. Reporter: And the two women in the criminal case are not a party to this settlement. Weinstein has pleaded not guilty and has denied any allegations of nonconsensual sex with anyone. David, there's still other accusers who are not part of this settlement. And again, the criminal proceedings continue. Reporter: Continue.
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