Sources close to the case tell The Blast that the basketball star was supposed to be in a courtroom on Wednesday for the start of a trial to argue over how much money and support would be paid to Cameron, the mother of his two children.
But, after a marathon session of negotiating over the weekend, the two sides came to terms.
The details of the settlement are confidential. We are told that the six-figure per month number being reported in the media is inaccurate and much higher than the actual amount the sides agreed on.
Fun fact: Blake Griffin's attorney, Laura Wasser, has handled this exact same thing in the past. The mega-firm also opposed Cameron in her child support action against former NFL quarterback Matt Leinart.
The couple split after Cameron accused Griffin of embarking on "a high-profile affair with Jenner." In August 2017, after "humiliating" her and their family by spending a very public weekend with Jenner in the Hamptons, Cameron said in court documents that Griffin told her he "had no intention of continuing to live with her and their children."
Part of the deal was based on the fact Griffin recently signed a $173 million deal to play basketball. It seems the NBA star wanted to finish this up before the season starts in the next few months.
For Brynne's part, she is represented by celebrity lawyer Samantha Spector.