Guns N Roses lead singer, Axl Rose, has had a $1.8 million dollar lawsuit, which was filed by Front Line Management, dismissed, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.
Front Line was suing the aging rocker for breach of contract, stating in court docs that the company entered into an oral agreement with Rose in 2008 to be his personal manager.
EXCLUSIVE DOCUMENTS: Axl Rose Lawsuit Dismissed
Front Line Management claimed Rose had agreed to pay them 15% commission stemming from performances that grossed $12.5 million dollars.
In dismissal documents, exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com, it is stated: "Counsel indicate to the Court that this matter is settled."
A jury trial had been scheduled to begin at the end of July.
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