Pop star Ke$Ha has struck a deal to end a long-running legal stand-off with her former managers.
In 2010, the TiK ToK hitmaker was hit with a $14 million (£9.3 million) lawsuit from her former representatives at DAS Communications, who claimed the singer owed them commission for unlawfully terminating her contract before she signed a major music deal.
Ke$ha stepped up the legal battle by filing a counter-suit, accusing talent agency bosses of booking gigs for her without completing the proper paperwork.
However, it has now emerged the two sides have reached an agreement to end the legal action.
The terms of the settlement were not disclosed, but a statement obtained by the New York Post reveals the resolution was "agreeable to all concerned".