Bobby Brown’s legal battle against TV One appears to be over. The R&B vet and Bobbi Kristina’s estate have reached a settlement with the network over the Bobbi Kristina biopic, reports TMZ.

Both parties teamed up against TV One in a joint lawsuit. Bobbi Kristina's estate claimed that the biopic violated Bobbi’s right to privacy, while Bobby Brown alleges in his complaint that the movie depicted him as a bad father who didn’t love his daughter.

Brown and Bobbi's estate weren't able to stop the biopic from airing on TV One, which premiered on Oct. 8 to low ratings.

Nevertheless, both parties reached a settlement in the case and it was dismissed. They were seeking over $2 million in damages. Terms of the settlement weren't disclose to the public.

Reps for Bobby Brown and Bobbi Kristina's estate had no comment on the matter.

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