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It’s been a year since Harvey Weinstein was forced to step down from his film company due to rape/sexual misconduct allegations from dozens of women.

The shamed movie mogul reached a $44 million settlement with his accusers.

The money isn’t coming from Weinstein, instead, an insurance policy. About $30 mill will go to the accusers, and the rest will go to Weinstein’s legal fees.

Since he filed for bankruptcy last year, the settlement has to get approved by advisors who control Weinstein Co.

Although he’s settling, he still faces criminal charges and is due back in court in Sept.

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Stevie J is not too happy with Joseline, the mother of their 2-year-old daughter Bonnie Bella.

Stevie is accusing Joseline of “parental alienation.” According to him, after Joseline moved to Miami to live with another man, she won’t let Stevie talk to Bonnie on the phone, or give him updates about her life.

Stevie wants custody and told the judge he fears for his daughter’s safety. A judge hasn’t made a decision yet. Hopefully everything works out for the child’s sake!

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We live in this CRAZY world where bad guys get away, and kind-hearted people get in trouble for doin good deeds.

A New Hampshire lunch lady was fired after giving a teen free lunch.

She messaged the 17-year-old student on FB and told him to bring money because her manager was watching her, and the teens mom found it inappropriate. The mother says her son isn’t “hungry” and he’s well taken care of.

The lunch lady collected $8,000 + more on a GoFundMe page and has been receiving job offers. Chef Jose Andrés called the lunch lady a hero!

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It’s clear that for years Judge Genece Brinkley could have had a personal vendetta against Meek Mill.

It was alleged that after she asked the Philly rapper to shout her out in a song, and he didn’t, she began making his life a living hell.

D.A Larry Krasner called out Brinkley and said sentencing Meek 2-4 years for violating probation was unfair and bias. Brinkely was also criticized for checking up on Meek when he had community service, when she should have sent a probation officer.

Therefore, Krasner has agreed that Meek will get a new trail AND Judge!

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Still, behind bars, Max B serves up his first new single in eight years, “Hold On.” A flip of Sade’s “Nothing Can Come Between Us,” the Paul Couture-produced “Hold On” features the Harlem icon’s close collaborator French Montana and is billed as the first of many new and unreleased Max B tracks scheduled to hit streaming services and similar platforms in 2019.

“Think its a joke, n***as is overdosin’ on dope / Damn, n***a on parole / I can’t smoke, can’t cope / Every time I look up, I’m in trouble with the law / Need a new suit / Dave got a 22, snuck it in the school / Number one rule, baby look / Damn it, another Sandy Hook,” Max B raps on “Hold On.” “Family full of crooks / Uncle Greg, me, Mamma did a bullet and 6 months / Got herself clean got into willing time flies / Bigga don’t need 5 tries / Girl I’ll get you pregnant with one f*ck / Pretty brown eyes, brown thighs / Pick it between, she give me a lick / When I be like a fiend, she gets me a hit / She be like a baby, I’ll give her the milkshake / Two grand, underwear silk / You can take off your tee ’cause under there built / Ran the streets all my life, I could’ve been killed.”

You can stream Max B new, French Montana-assisted single “Hold On” below. Although a concrete, official date has yet to be revealed, expect Max B to become a free man once again in the near future.

Back in July of 2017, Max B also appeared on French Montana and The Weeknd’s “A Lie.”

[Via Hypebeast]