Kendall Jenner and Apple have reached a settlement over her "Pizza Boys" radio show.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Jenner and her pal, Daniel Chetrit, have informed the court they have come to an agreement with the plaintiff, Robert Karageuzian.
"We represent Defendants Daniel Chetrit and Kendall Jenner in the above-captioned action," a letter to the judge in the case states, "and respectfully submit this letter with consent of Defendant Apple Inc. and Plaintiff Robert Karageuzian. We write to advise the Court that the parties have reached an agreement in principle to settle this matter."
No details of the settlement were given.
As The Blast first reported, Karageuzian sued Jenner and Apple over her "Pizza Boys" radio show she launched with Apple's Beats 1 back in April.
Karaguezian is the founder of "Pizzaboyzzz," an art collective and online store featuring an assortment of works and merchandise. He also claims to own a trademark on "Pizzaboyzzz" and says that Jenner's show caused customer confusion and harmed their business.
They had previously sent a cease and desist letter to immediately halt any merchandise sales and advertising of the radio show.
The lawsuit sought an injunction that would prohibit Jenner and Apple from continuing to use the Pizza name, and also for any cheese they've already collected.
It's rather interesting — the Jenner project launched in April but never went beyond the one episode ... which makes you wonder if the lawsuit played a role.