A woman who works with sexual misconduct survivors says Harvey Weinstein's tentative $25 million settlement isn't surprising because victims are used to settling for 'less than what we deserve'




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  • 2019-12-14 16:42:00Z
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A woman who works with sexual misconduct survivors says Harvey Weinstein\
A woman who works with sexual misconduct survivors says Harvey Weinstein\'s tentative $25 million settlement isn\'t surprising because victims are used to settling for \'less than what we deserve\'  
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