Marc Anthony has reached a settlement with his former housekeeper who accused the singer of owing thousands in unpaid wages.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast. Anthony and his ex-maid, Concetta Graziosi, were able to resolve all their issues during private mediation.
As a result, the two are finalizing the paperwork and will be dismissing the lawsuit originally brought by Graziosi.
Last year, Concetta Graziosi sued the “I Need to Know” singer in a New York Court and accused him of owing over $500,000 in back wages.
Graziosi worked at the Long Island home he formerly shared with Jennifer Lopez while the two stars were married.
The housekeeper claimed she was forced to work 7-days and 80-hours per week with no overtime.
She worked with Anthony from 2005 and collected $2,000 every 2-weeks, until she was terminated in 2017.
Even though Graziosi worked for Anthony while he was married to J. Lo and helped with their kids while at the home, she was not a named defendant in the lawsuit.
During litigation, Anthony denied all allegations of witholding wages, and even accused Graziosi of fraudulently inflating timecards.
The singer argued that the, “so-called timesheets proffered by plaintiff are, in many respects, inaccurate and inflated, and upon information and belief, in certain instances fraudulent.”
Anthony also denied he wrongfully terminated the Graziosi, explaining he no longer needed her services after he sold his house in 2017.
Because the settlement between the two was made during private mediation, it’s unclear how much the housekeeper collected in the deal.
49-year-old Anthony, who recently performed at the Latin Billboard awards in Las Vegas, was married to J. Lo from 2004 – 2014.
They have two kids together, Emme and Max, and continue to have a strong relationship while she is celebrating a recent engagement to Alex Rodriguez.
J. Lo even gave a sweet message to Anthony on Father’s Day, telling him, “Emme and Max love you soooo much!! Thank you for these two beautiful coconuts!!!”