This week, it was reported that NYC has paid nearly $1 billion in NYPD settlements over the last decade, vastly eclipsing every other major city in America. Now you can add another settlement to that amount: Quantalis Legrand, one of the 18 women who accused detective Charles Derosalia of performing illegal strip searches, will get $27,000 from the city, and $1,000 from Derosalia, to settle her case, according to the Daily News. Back in September, the News wrote that Dersolia called his accusers "lying druggies," but if he is found guilty of the charges, "he'll likely be fired."