"Star" actress Ryan Destiny may be out of a job but she did get some good news when her former manager dropped a lawsuit against her.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Destiny's former management company has dismissed all claims against the actress. The entire lawsuit has been closed once and for all.
Back in 2017, Destiny was sued by Primary Wave Entertainment, who accused her of screwing them over on their 10% commission owed for their management work.
Primary Wave said Destiny was signed to them when she landed the role on "Star." They sued demanding she be ordered to hand over accounting and pay them their cut.
"Star" premiered in 2016 and was created by Lee Daniels. The show lasted three seasons until Fox announced this weekend it was canceled.
Daniels posted the decision was not his and the crew was heartbroken.
"To our die hard @staronfox fans please know this was not of my doing," Daniels wrote. "Our cast and crew are ?. Thanks to Ryan I have a series of bloopers that at least make this abrupt ending a little less painful ... couldn’t tag everybody in this, you’ll be tagged in the next one!! Lots of Love! ❤️??❤️"
Ryan Destiny shared her feelings about the cancelation on Instagram, writing, "This experience has completely changed my life in so many ways. I will be forever grateful for the opportunity to be apart of a television series like this one."