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Ariana Grande Legal Battle Over 'God is a Woman' Dropped

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By Ryan Naumann

Ariana Grande has one less legal problem to worry about, with a Vegas artist dropping his lawsuit against the pop star.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, the artist Vladimir Kush and his company Kush Fine Arts Las Vegas filed a notice of voluntary dismissal.

The document notes, “Plaintiffs VLADIMIR KUSH and KUSH FINE ARTS LAS VEGAS, INC. hereby give notice that the above-captioned action is voluntarily dismissed against all Defendants, with prejudice, as the parties have reached a resolution.”

The case will officially be closed and all claims dismissed against Grande.

Giphy | Ariana Grande

Earlier this year, the artist Vladimir Kush and his company Kush Fine Arts Las Vegas sued the singer claiming in her ‘God is a Woman’ music video there is an image of a woman featured in a candle flame, that he says is identical to painting he did in 1999 and 2000.

He sued seeking unspecified damages and for a court order taking down the video online.

Giphy | Ariana Grande

Last month, Grande settled a separate $50,000 legal battle with a photographer named Robert Barbera.

The court documents noted, “The Court having been advised that all claims asserted herein have been settled in principle, it is ORDERED that the above-entitled action be and is hereby dismissed and discontinued without costs.”

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