Sarah Jessica Parker has settled a dueling lawsuits case involving a jewelry line.
According to The Blast, the Sex and the City star has come to an agreement with jewelry designer Kat Florence after their court fight.
Florence has filed legal docs informing the court a settlement has been reached.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Kat Florence Design sued Parker, 53, for allegedly breaking an endorsement agreement and refusing to return jewelry.
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Parker fired back by claiming the company had abruptly stopped making quarterly payments.
Now Florence has told the court that attorneys for both sides recently met to try and resolve the case before trial.
“The parties were able to reach an agreement as to most of the issues involved,” it stated in court papers.
“Although there are a few additional details that need to be agreed upon, the parties are very close to resolving the matter and have in fact been exchanging drafts of a Settlement Agreement.”
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The battle began after the actress had agreed to license her name and likeness for a new jewelry line’s marketing purposes in exchange for $7.5 million dollars.
The company claimed she failed to return jewelry that had a value of $149,501.96.
But in Parker’s amended response and counterclaim filed on October 15, 2018, she alleged the company “abruptly and without notice or explanation stopped making its quarterly payments to Ms. Parker.”
However, Florence said SJP made it difficult to schedule a launch event, refused to attend other promotional events and put her acting career above plugging the line.
Parker claimed Florence had made unreasonable demands and counter-sued Florence for $6 million in damages, alleging she was owed money on the contract.
But now, it looks like the SATC star is putting the whole mess behind her.
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