There's a settlement in the defamation lawsuit filed against Dr. Phil by a witness in O.J. Simpson's robbery case.
Attorneys for Phil McGraw and memorabilia dealer Thomas Riccio filed a statement Monday, saying an agreement had been reached.
Riccio sued McGraw and Stage 29 Media Productions in October. He claimed an interview with McGraw was edited to remove his denials to certain accusations, including that he set Simpson up and told Simpson to bring guns to a Las Vegas robbery.
A judge gutted the case last month, removing defamation, false light and infliction of emotional distress claims.
The interview aired days after Simpson was convicted of robbing and kidnapping two sports memorabilia dealers at gunpoint.
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