LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess) Kanye West has reportedly settled his lawsuit with Lloyd’s of London regarding West’s canceled Saint Pablo tour.
West attorney Howard King confirmed in a statement to Rolling Stone that “the dispute has been amicably resolved.” West filed a $10 million lawsuit against the insurer last year, claiming it withheld paying claims for the portion of the 2016 tour that was canceled. West’s touring company, Very Good Touring, filed the claim two days after West canceled the tour and checked into a psychiatric center at UCLA, according to RS.
Terms of the agreement were not disclosed by TMZ claims West received most of the money he requested.
The doctor who oversaw Kanye’s care at UCLA said in a sworn statement that the rapper “suffered a debilitating medical condition, requiring that Kanye not continue the tour.” The lawsuit claims Lloyd’s took measures to rebuff the claim, according to RS.
Lloyd’s countersued, claiming it discovered “substantial irregularities in Mr. West’s medical history” and implied the rapper violated insurance policy exclusions regarding preexisting conditions and the use of alcohol and drugs.
A representative for Lloyd’s did not return Rolling Stone‘s request for comment at press time.