Jamie Foxx

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Jamie Foxx ironed out the creases in his legal docket.

The actor has reached a settlement with the stylist who sued him last year for supposedly not paying her for the fashion-savvy services she provided on multiple occasions, according to documents filed Wednesday in Los Angeles Superior Court.

Freelancer Stacy Young claimed in her suit, which she filed in February 2007, that Foxx and his label, Foxxhole Records, left her high and dry after she helped dress him for the 2006 BET Awards and for a series of press junkets while promoting Miami Vice.

Per the complaint, the plaintiff was seeking payment for services rendered, as well as unspecified damages for "thousands of dollars in costs" from employment she turned down to work with the Oscar winner.

Terms of the final deal were not disclosed. Young's attorney told reporters they were "pleased" with the arrangement.

Foxx's camp, which argued in response to the suit that it was Universal Studios and not Foxx that had hired Young for the Miami Vice gig, has not commented on the settlement.

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