The author of the best-selling book The Da Vinci Code, Dan Brown, and his ex-wife have settled a lawsuit alleging that Brown had a hidden existence while they were together. In the suit, Blythe Brown claimed that her husband had an affair and used their money to fund an unnamed horse trainer. She was able to settle the suit by agreeing to dismiss the entire lawsuit and all claims.
In a settlement agreement, both parties have agreed to dismiss a lawsuit claiming that Dan Brown, the author of The Da Vinci Code, had a hidden existence. In the suit, Blythe Brown alleged that her husband had diverted money from their joint bank account to pay for gifts for his horse trainer. The two fought the case, but it didn’t last long as the parties agreed to settle out of court. In the end, Blythe Brown and Dan decided to settle the case.
The two parties have settled a lawsuit regarding Dan Brown’s secret life. Blythe Brown had accused her ex-husband of leading a secret life during their marriage and was upset that he diverted funds for his own projects. In addition to stealing her money, she also claimed that she had been the inspiration for much of Dan Brown’s work. The two parties also agreed to part ways.
The case is a win for the ex-wife of Dan Brown. The author said he did not intentionally mislead Blythe Brown during the divorce. She also cited “unlawful behavior” by her ex-husband, including secretly diverting money to his horse trainer. Although the divorce ended after 21 years, both sides agreed to settle the case. The settlement essentially ends the case.
In June 2011, Blythe Brown and her ex-husband reached an agreement to settle a lawsuit relating to Brown’s secret life. The two authors, who are married, have had a long-standing feud and were married for 21 years. However, they separated in 2005 and have been separated ever since. They divorced in 2015. The settlement ends their long-running legal battle, and the case will move forward without further litigation.
She had accused Dan of defrauding her husband by using his money for horse trainers and other expenses. She said he was having extramarital affairs with other women while they were in living together. After a year-long trial, the two finally reached an agreement.
The settlement between the two parties was a mutual agreement. In a statement, Blythe’s lawyer said that the two parties “wished to remain anonymous and to have the lawsuit dismissed.” In a separate statement, the author said that she did not intend to resign due to a legal dispute. The settlement also means that Blythe will no longer have to fight against the publishers of the Da Vinci Code.