This heated legal battle has come to a seemingly peaceful close.
E! News confirms that Sylvester Stallone has dropped the $1.4 million lawsuit that he filed a year ago against contractor and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Mohamed Hadid. Furthermore, E! News has exclusively learned that Hadid is no longer pursuing a temporary restraining order from the actor.
"That has been settled," Hadid's attorney, Sohelia Omrani, tells us.
Stallone originally filed a lawsuit against Hadid, alleging fraudulent concealment, breach of an oral contract, negligence and disgorgement of compensation on April 9, 2012, after the actor claimed that the contractor—who was introduced to him by reality star Lisa Vanderpump—caused him to suffer over a million dollars worth of damages due to Hadid's "fraudulent scheme to profit from construction at [his] Los Angeles home," and also called him "incompetent."
In April 2013, Hadid had requested a temporary restraining order against the star, alleging Stallone had threatened him, telling him he would "blow my head off" and would have no problem "smashing my head in with a baseball bat."
He says the final encounter with Stallone leading up to the temporary restraining order occurred on March 25 at the mandatory settlement conference for Stallone's lawsuit against him. When the case did not settle, Hadid stated in his declaration, Stallone confronted him in court, pushing him and saying "I am going to kill you, motherf--ker."
A hearing for the restraining order was scheduled for April 23, but will no longer be taking place.
—Reporting by Claudia Rosenbaum