It appears the real-life drama between The Young and the Restless star Christel Khalil and her former talent agency has ended. According to The Wrap, Khalil and Mavrick Artists Agency have settled their legal dispute.
Khalil filed suit against her ex agency this past August, after accusing it of failing to send her out on auditions and stealing money from her.
Among her claims, Khalil alleged Mavrick Artists was so negligent with her career that during the pilot season she was only sent out on two auditions. Khalil also claimed her old agency "collectively embarrassed, if not mortified" the Daytime Emmy winner by sending her out to an audition for Y&R.
Mavrick vehemently denied Khalil's accusations and countered her lawsuit with one of their own, claiming she didn't want to pay her fees and stated:
That just couldn’t have happened. Do you think ‘Young & the Restless’ is so stupid that their casting office would have scheduled such an audition? It wasn’t an audition — it was a submission.
Khalil’s attorneys told The Wrap,
The Parties are pleased to confirm that they have resolved all of their claims against each other, they wish each other success in their future endeavors, and the action has been dismissed with prejudice.