Kendall Jenner and Apple have settled a lawsuit over her 'Pizza Boys' radio show, which broadcast on Beats 1 in April.
Kendall Jenner and Apple have settled a lawsuit over her radio show.
The 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star and her friend Daniel Chetrit were hit by a lawsuit from Robert Karageuzian over the 'Pizza Boys' programme she launched with Apple's Beats 1 in April, but the dispute is now over.
According to documents obtained by The Blast, a letter to the judge stated: ''We represent Defendants Daniel Chetrit and Kendall Jenner in the above-captioned action and respectfully submit this letter with consent of Defendant Apple Inc. and Plaintiff Robert Karageuzian. We write to advise the Court that the parties have reached an agreement in principle to settle this matter.''
No details of the settlement were given.
Robert is the founder of Pizzaboyzzz, an art collective and online store featuring an assortment of works and merchandise and claimed to own the trademark for Pizzaboyzzz''.
The company argued Kendall's show - which never went beyond one episode - caused customer confusion and harmed their business, and previously sent a cease and desist letter to halt any merchandise sales and advertising of the broadcast.
They also sought an injunction that would prevent both Kendall and Apple from using the Pizza Boys name.
Meanwhile, the 22-year-old beauty is currently dating Ben Simmons and though their romance is going well, she wants to keep things between them as ''private'' as possible.
A source told People magazine: ''She's being very private about her relationship with Ben. Kendall's really different from her sisters in that sense. She honestly doesn't want people talking about who she's dating and is very protective of her personal life. She hates the attention and it's been annoying that the drama with Tinashe has come up.
''Things are definitely heating up though and she's having a good time with him. She's excited to spend the summer with Ben. Over the last year, she also slowed down some of her work and took a break from the runway. She deals with a lot of anxiety and needed a breather. That kind of traveling really takes a toll on her, but she's been feeling good.''
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