I thought the criminal example was untenable, but I’m not a lawyer, so figured maybe the 5th amendment would allow it to stand. I should have spotted the discreet/discrete confusion, being a former math major. Good eye.
There are so many potential avenues the agreement in question could have taken, that it is hard to know how it was worded with respect to future, rather than prior statements, and why a necessarily limited agreement would be worth $130k, and why she would have signed the agreement without any escape clause knowing the penalties for her would be so high.
It should be an interesting legal case study, but knowing so little beyond the news gossip it’s almost pointless to discuss.