Not really if you go by what she said on this occasion .......
Interesting that she touches on a flaw in the system that allows individuals to buy the silence of possible victims rather than face legal action. This, of course, implies and in practice actually constitutes, those who are financially better off than most others escaping justice by payment. The law is a beautiful thing which is set in place to protect ALL members of a community. There should be no limitation to whom it applies based on their income or assets. In other words, the law applies to both the rich and the poor in a fair community or society. When it doesn't and when the law is effectively selectively applied it falls into a different category to my mind. Personally I think that the only scenario where money should be allowed as a bargaining tool is after justice has been done, e.g. as an alternative to imprisonment as appropriate if there is no risk to the general public and for a minor type misdemeanor.
Two individuals commit an identical offence. One of them buys their way out, the other goes to jail. The reason that is fair and reasonable is because ...... ???
The fact that this statement is only ever applied to women makes it a sexist remark, does it not? There are plenty of men who are bigger imbeciles than this lady ever could be.