DJ Afrojack’s ex-girlfriend is throwing in the towel in their legal battle. Lauren Meditz exclusively revealed to RadarOnline.com that she is dropping her $25 million lawsuit against the DJ.
“I regret filing a lawsuit against Afrojack and I have withdrawn the suit’s allegations and I wish I had never made them," she told Radar. "I have dropped my lawsuit."
In the complaint obtained from the Superior Court of California, Meditz accused Afrojack, whose real name is Nick Van de Wall, of being controlling and of fraud.
The lawsuit claimed her employment with a popular Los Angeles nightclub became strained because of her constant traveling with the DJ.
When she returned to work, Van de Wall allegedly began “constantly calling, texting, facetiming and otherwise communicating with Meditz.”
She claimed Van de Wall repeatedly told her he “wanted her with him and wouldn’t take no for an answer.” When Meditz would ask to return to work, he would make her feel “guilt, shame and disloyalty.” She eventually resigned from her job at his request.
She claimed to have entered a verbal agreement with Van de Wall on June 14, 2015, agreeing that he would support her financially if she devoted her time and attention to his personal business.
“The parties future agreed that in the event of the dissolution of their relationship by death, separation or otherwise, that all of Van de Wall’s property including that acquired during the time of the parties’ relationship, would be divided for the benefit of Meditz,” the filing alleged. “Van de Wall always expressed to Meditz that they were in fact equal partners.”
She accused him of making her change her hair, and get Botox and facial fillers.
When Meditz turned down a trip to watch Van de Wall compete in Gumball 3000, he allegedly threatened to “kill himself by crashing his $550,000 car into a wall” if she didn’t answer her phone.
Meditz also accused the Dutch DJ of committing fraud. She alleged that he asked her to fly with him to Brazil. When her Brazilian Visa request was denied, Van de Wall allegedly asked the owner of his talent agency to write a letter fraudulently claiming she was the entertainer’s employee. The request was also denied.
Their relationship ended on May 15, 2016 when Meditz invited her girlfriends to one of his shows in Las Vegas. When she stayed with her friends instead of him, she claimed to have been escorted off the property by his security team.
Afrojack’s attorney, Martin D. Singer, told Radar at the time of the filing, “The absurd lawsuit filed by disgruntled ex-girlfriend Lauren Meditz is nothing more than a shakedown of Nick van de Wall, aka Afrojack. These claims are completely false and fictional. You don’t have a valid claim just because your ex-boyfriend ends the relationship with you. This is not the first time that Ms. Meditz has filed this type of lawsuit. We are very confident this matter will be promptly dismissed.”
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