Kanye West Settles Lloyd’s Lawsuit Over Canceled ‘Saint Pablo’ Tour

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Kanye West has settled his $10 million lawsuit against Lloyd’s of London insurance company regarding his abruptly cancelled 2016 “Saint Pablo Tour.”

Howard King, attorney for West’s Very Good Touring, told Rolling Stone in a statement “the dispute has been amicably resolved.” Terms of the settlement were not disclosed.

West and his company filed the lawsuit against Lloyd’s of London and affiliates in August, claiming Lloyd’s hadn’t paid him for his insurance claims stemming from the tour cancellation and subsequent hospitalization in a psychiatric center at UCLA. The suit alleged breach of contract and sought punitive damages and attorney fees beyond the $9.8 millions in concert losses.

In the complaint, West alleged Lloyd’s and its agents “purposely and maliciously” disseminated “privilaged, private and personal information” about him to the press in order to undermine his claim.

In its countersuit, Lloyd’s alleged it discovered “substantial irregularities in Mr. West’s medical history,” which implied the star may have run afoul of various insurance policy exclusions regarding preexisting conditions.

West’s reps disagreed and responded with evidence to the contrary.