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Steven Spielberg Pulling Out Of 'Bull' After Sexual Harassment Allegations Against Star

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Steven Spielberg Pulling Out Of 'Bull' After Sexual Harassment Allegations Against Star

Steven Spielberg Pulling Out Of 'Bull' After Sexual Harassment Allegations Against Star

Steven Spielberg's Amblin Television is pulling out of CBS' "Bull" after a sexual harassment allegation against star Michael Weatherly.

Former "Bull" actress Eliza Dushku said in a December Boston Globe op-ed that Weatherly repeatedly harassed her on the set of the procedural series.

Dushku said that CBS fired her after she confronted Weatherly.

CBS ultimately paid her a $9.5 million settlement.

Dushku told Deadline in March that she met with Spielberg to discuss possible solutions.

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