Leonardo DiCaprio has finally settled a lawsuit filed by his neighbours who claimed the actor destabilized their own prize piece of real estate, reports E! News.
Although specifics of the settlement were not released, the resolution was conditional on amicable “specified terms.”
According to the lawsuit, the couple filed a $250,000 complaint against DiCaprio and his cousin Robert Hrtica, the trustee of the estate, claiming trespass, nuisance and negligence.
DiCaprio and his cousin decided to build a basketball court on their property back in 2004, however, construction undermined a slope that was adjacent to the neighbours’ property and weakened the foundation of their swimming pool. The couple also claimed that DiCaprio and his cousin removed several of their plants without permission and ignored their request to stop building.