Costner drops music lawsuit

KEVIN COSTNER has dismissed a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against a music promoter he claimed failed to back his music career, court records show.

Court records in Los Angeles show the case against Mahee Worldwide Ventures was dismissed last week.

The filings do not offer any additional details and a lawyer for Costner and the company were not immediately available for comment.

The 55-year-old actor-director sued in April 2007, claiming Mahee reneged on a deal to book the Kevin Costner Band for as many as five shows a year and maintain a marketing website.

The case had been long-delayed because Mahee filed for bankruptcy.


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