John F. Kennedy's granddaughter has reportedly settled a lawsuit over a car crash in Los Angeles in August (12).
Rose Schlossberg, 24, whose mother is the assassinated U.S. President's daughter Caroline Kennedy, was sued over allegations she crashed her Chevy Impala into another car on the city's Wilshire Boulevard.
The other driver filed a lawsuit at L.A. County Superior Court alleging he suffered physical and mental injuries as a result of Rose's driving and demanded more than $25,000 (£16,625) in damages.
The unnamed male motorist has also named Caroline Kennedy in the lawsuit, but his attorney reveals the case has now been settled out of court, telling Tmz.com, "Everybody, including the Kennedys, and their insurance company, were very caring, understanding, ethical, and honest. They were first rate people, we're very satisfied."
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