MINNEAPOLIS — The Children's Theater company has settled a lawsuit involving six former students.

The students were sexually abused by a former artistic director and two former employees in the 1970s.

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The Children's Theater Company did not specify the numbers behind the settlement. While this lawsuit has been settled there are nine other plaintiffs involved in the ongoing legal process. 

In a released statement Children's Theater Company said they "will continue to work toward resolutions that provide healing and justice."

One of the former students, Laura Stearns, filed a lawsuit in 2015 against both the theater and employee Jason McLean which led to the first civil trial from the theater's child sex abuse scandal. 

A jury found the theater negligent but determined that the company was not liable for damages because it didn't directly cause the assault. Stearns won a $3.68 million judgment which McLean is responsible for paying. According to Stearns' attorney, McLean has fled to Mexico.

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