I feel safe assuming she didn't do it for free. But, no. I do not have a list of how much she profited.
I'm sorry for being anal about it, but you're moving your goalposts now. Your original claim was that "her notoriety from the hearings made her very wealthy,...c'mon." In other words, you confidently claimed that she was, in fact, getting rich, and insinuated that JTT was being dense for not knowing that. Now you're backtracking to "feel[ing] safe assuming she didn't do it for free". And by your own admission, you don't even have a source for the statement you're now backtracking to.
To be fair, "I feel safe in assuming" two things:
- You're repeating 'facts' about Anita Hill that 'everybody knew' in the reactionary Georgia circles you'd been forced to live in during the nineties, and
- You never revisited these 'facts' since then.
I encourage you to research the 'facts' you think you know now, or whenever you get a chance. Usually, people in your situation eventually trace them back to a book by David Brock: The Real Anita Hill
(1994). Brock has since retracted the book, apologized for it, and described it as part of a coordinated attempt by Karl Rove's hit-men to character-assassinate Anita Hill. For details, see David Brock: Blinded By the Right
(2003) and The Republican Noise Machine
Anita Hill was the victim of a systematic Republican campaign to assassinate her character. Her book
(1998) merely responds to it. I suggest that you stop repeating the claims of this campaign uncritically.