Comedian Terry Hodges sued the Rush Hour star and bosses at the streaming service in July (15), alleging he had not been paid since 2011 for editing, writing and producing work he performed, beginning in 2008, on Chris Tucker Live.

Hodges was seeking $66,000 (£45,200) and a co-producer credit on the show, but Tucker hit back with his own legal papers, claiming he only consulted with Hodges for the special and never hired him to edit, write or produce it, while maintaining he had been paid in full for his contributions.

The 44-year-old also alleged he loaned Hodges a total of $37,000 (£25,337), which was never paid back.

Last month (Jan16), the parties attended a mediation hearing and came to a confidential settlement. According to, the lawsuits will be subsequently dismissed.