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Jayde Nicole Officially Settles Lawsuit Against Joe Francis


May 28 2018, Updated 10:17 a.m. ET

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An attorney for Jayde Nicole will formally file paperwork Thursday to end the Playboy model's civil lawsuit against Girls Gone Wild founder Joe Francis, has learned exclusively.

DOCUMENTS: Jayde Nicole Dismissal

As was first to report on December 15th, Nicole had settled her $1 million suit with Francis over an altercation in a L.A. nightclub during which Francis was caught on camera grabbing her hair and throwing her to the ground.

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The shocking incident happened in July, 2009 at Hollywood hot spot Guys and Dolls and was captured on the club's surveillance camera.

In a statement Richards told us: "The terms of the settlement agreement are strictly confidential, so there will be no comment whatsoever as to the terms.

"Generally speaking, my client would never settle cases that are close to trial that she initiates unless she was thrilled, delighted, and overjoyed with the resolution.  She wishes Joe all the best and is glad this matter is behind them. 

Jayde Nicole

"Always at the end of the year, parties generally like to close out loose ends, my client is enjoying her holiday and is looking forward to shopping in America's best stores."

No criminal charges were ever filed against Francis in connection with the incident.


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