A Legal Battle Over The Recordings Of Late Pop Star Selena Has Been Settled.
Lawyers representing the estate of Selena Quintanilla, who died in 1995, sued UMG Recordings over money allegedly owed from sales of the singer's digital music.
However, documents filed at a court in New York on Friday (22May15) reveal the legal battle has now been resolved.
No further details about the agreement have been revealed, but the estate representatives originally asked for a 50 per cent share of the proceeds from sales to digital content providers, according to Billboard.com.
Selena was shot and killed by Yolanda Saldivar, the president of her fan club, on 31 March, 1995.
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