Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose has settled a legal battle with bosses of a car rental company who accused the rocker of trashing a luxury Bentley he hired in 2005.
Executives at Bentley Financial Services sued the star, claiming he rented a $192,000 (£128,000) Bentley Flying Spur and returned it with a cracked windshield, two damaged tyres, a broken tail light and dents all over the doors and bumper.
They demanded $73,976 (£49,317) for the rental fees and damages, and Rose has now settled the suit by agreeing to hand over $53,000 (£35,333), according to