A member of Trump's 2016 campaign, Jessica Denson, will settle her lawsuit with the Trump campaign for as much as $25,000.
Denson had accused another staffer of sexually harassing her and being generally abusive.
The proposed settlement is yet to be approved by a judge.
Jessica Denson, a member of Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign, will settle her lawsuit with the campaign for a possible amount of $25,000.
Denson had accused another member of the campaign of sexual harassment and other forms of abuse.
According to The New York Times, Denson and her legal team are celebrating their win as they considered the Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) to be unreasonable from the beginning.
However, the settlement still awaits court approval.
Trump's campaign was expecting a court date for Denson's allegations in the coming weeks.
The lawsuit and the proposed settlement will have implications for the former president's White House bid beyond just monetary penalties.
According to reports, the lawsuit reveals patterns of borderline illegal activity within Trump's campaign, which has been subject to previous multiple scandals since 2016.
"By signing an NDA, Trump campaign workers are threatened into [not] speaking up about anything illegal or unethical happening on the campaign," said Denson's attorney, David K. Bowles.
However, the Trump campaign has denied all Denson's allegations.
In response to Denson's lawsuit, they called it "frivolous" and "a transparent attempt to use the court system to grab headlines."