It's a fall day in midtown Manhattan and a man is seen shuffling along a sidewalk, gripping his walker. His facial expression is vacant, his skin is a pale shade of gray and his clothes are ill-fitting. A passerby might never guess that he used to be one of entertainment's most powerful, a man whose infamous arrogance would make those around him shudder. This man is Harvey Weinstein.
Actress Ashley Judd will not be part of Harvey Weinstein's $44 million settlement over his alleged sexual misconduct. She says she'll see him in court.
Attorneys representing claims against Harvey Weinstein, his company and former associates have reached a $44 million settlement to resolve civil lawsuits over his alleged sexual misconduct.
It's been 14 months since the first allegations of sexual misconduct against Harvey Weinstein that sparked Hollywood's #MeToo movement. Now comes a potential day of reckoning for the disgraced movie mogul.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says he is not opposed to a sale of The Weinstein Company in theory -- but he is opposed to the plan that's on the table right now.