Former 'Baywatch' star Pamela Anderson and former boyfriend Laurence Hallier have reached an out-of-court settlement in their dispute over promoting a property development.
Hallier had filed a claim for USD 22.5 million alleging Anderson, 44, failed to promote the sale of his condominiums in the Panorama Towers in Las Vegas and cancelled a string of personal appearances connected with the venture, reported TMZ online.
The USD 22.5 million sum represented losses from the unsold units. The suit was filed soon after Anderson lodged a claim against Laurence.
In her suit, Anderson, who has sons Brandon, 15, and Dylan, 14, with ex-husband Tommy Lee, claimed she was entitled to a USD 1 million fee if she did not get the property, but Hallier insisted she was not entitled to the cash or the condominium because she failed to carry out her agreed promotional duties.
The couple had a tumultuous on/off romance, but finally called time on their relationship in 2010.
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