NEW YORK — Wet Seal Inc. and its former chief executive, Kathy Bronstein, have settled all her claims against the company for “wrongful termination, gender discrimination, emotional distress,” among other charges — and it’s a bonanza for Bronstein.

According to a company filing, Bronstein will get $2,169,000, as well as a retirement plan with a surrender value of $915,657.78 plus 4,422 shares of stock stemming from a bonus plan. She also will be reimbursed for attorney fees up to $125,000. Taxes from the $2,169,000 will be deducted from the stock distribution.

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