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Axl Rose Reportedly Settles Lawsuit With Ex Guns N' Roses Member

11/29/2016
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(hennemusic) Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose has reportedly settled a lawsuit that was brought by the band's former keyboardist Chris Pitman over alleged unpaid wages.

The case made headlines in September, with TMZ reporting that Rose signed a promissory note to Pitman in 2011 stating that he would pay the multi-instrumentalist $125,000 for a year's worth of work by October of 2012, and that the bill had not been paid.

Pitman's suit sought the original amount, plus interest, for a new total of $163,000. Now, according to TMZ, the case has been dismissed after the pair reached an agreement earlier this month.

While the terms are confidential, sources indicate Rose paid less than the requested $163,000 to settle the case. Read more here.

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