Back in 2002 a troupe of models sued agencies like Wilhelmina and Ford for allegedly fixing prices (details of the lawsuit can be found here) — the settlement was reached in 2005 but has been delayed until now after some disagreements arose concerning how to divvy up the money. In the end, the class-action suit got the models $21 million, with $2 million ordered to go to charities.

According to the Daily News, five women's charities were chosen — and Manhattan Federal Judge Harold Baer originally ruled they would receive $6 million, but the models and their lawyers weren't having that.

Included in the final $2 million charity payout is Columbia University's eating disorders program and heroin detox program. So really they're just giving back to their future selves.