Brandy has settled the last of her lawsuits in connection with the December 2006 car crash on a Los Angeles freeway.
TMZ.com is reporting that the singer-actress has come to an agreement with the parents of Awatef Aboudihaj, the 38-year-old who was killed in a four-car freeway crash on Dec. 30, 2007. Also, SanDiego6.com is reporting that Brandy has settled with Aboudihaj’s widower.
The California Highway Patrol ruled the accident was Brandy’s fault because she failed to prevent her Land Rover from hitting the car in front of her when traffic slowed down. The singer avoided criminal charges following a year-long police investigation, but she was sued by Aboudihaj’s widower Marouane Hdidou, their two kids, and crash survivor Mallory Ham.
In July, Brandy agreed to pay Aboudihaj’s two children $300,000 each while Ham – who suffered facial injuries in the crash – settled for an undisclosed amount. Hdidou rejected his part of a $1.2 million settlement back in February.
Terms of last week’s settlement were not disclosed.