Dushku, who received a $9.5 million settlement from CBS after accusing Bull star Michael Weatherly of sexual harassment, spoke to members of Congress virtually this morning without mentioning Weatherly by name. “I was told that the role would be a six-year commitment to play a smart, strong leading lady, a confident high-powered lawyer meant to counterbalance the existing male lead, and that the role had been written specifically with me in mind," she said. "However, in my first week on my new job I found myself the brunt of crude, sexualized and lewd verbal assaults. I suffered near constant sexual harassment from my co-star. This was beyond anything I had experienced in my 30-year career.” The House Judiciary Committee's hearing was titled “Silenced: How Forced Arbitration Keeps Victims of Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment in the Shadow.” Dushku said she was silenced by the arbitration clause in her contract.