Lawyers for Marlon Brando's estate have settled a sexual harassment and unlawful termination lawsuit against the late actor's estate by his former business manager, attorneys said.
Details of the settlement, described as "amicable" by lawyers for Jo An Corrales of Kalama, Wash., were not released.
Jo An Corrales filed her lawsuit against the Brando estate in Los Angeles Superior Court in April. She alleged that the late actor insulted her and subjected her to sexual innuendo, and that he exposed his genitals, touched her inappropriately, forced her to watch pornographic movies with him, and told her dirty autobiographical stories.
She also claimed she was unfairly removed as co-executor of Brando's will 12 days before he died.
Pete Linden, an attorney for Corrales, said Friday that both sides signed off an agreement.
Brando estate attorney Elizabeth Bawden had no comment.