Posted on December 29, 2021 at 10:00 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Author Dan Brown and his ex-wife have settled a lawsuit in which the latter accused the former of personal and professional secrets.
The Associated Press reports that Dan and Blythe Brown agreed to dismiss the July 2020 lawsuit, according to papers filed in court Monday.
Blythe Brown had accused Dan Brown of having affairs, but more relevant to a book website, she also accused him of hiding future lucrative projects from her and took credit for inspiring much of his work, including the premise of the smash hit The Da Vinci Code.
Blythe Brown’s lawyer said there would be no further comment from the couple on the “amicable resolution of their disagreements.”
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