Pop star Lady Gaga and her ex-lover Rob Fusari have agreed to end their legal battle by dropping lawsuits filed against each other early this year.
Music producer Fusari claimed he was owed cash and credits for helping the pop superstar launch her career when she was unknown Stefani Germanotta, prompting Gaga to counter-sue alleging her ex forced her into an "unlawful arrangement".
In his suit, Fusari was seeking $30.5 million, claiming he co-wrote Gaga's hits Paparazzi and Beautiful, Dirty, Rich, and came up with her stage name, reports contactmusic.com.
He insisted he was denied money their contract had entitled him to, including a 20 percent share of her song royalties.Lady Gaga's lawyers insisted Fusari was just an agent.
The matter was settled earlier this week, but no details of any terms have been released.