The executives of MICHAEL JACKSON's estate have agreed to hand over $55,000 to a woman who appeared in the King of Pop's THRILLER music video.
Ola Ray launched a breach of contract lawsuit against Jackson and his production company in May, 2009, claiming she was still owed profits for her work on the 13-minute video, which was released three decades ago.
And now executors have reached a settlement with Ray, also offering to pay her legal team $20,000 to cover the cost of their lengthy court battle, according to TMZ.com.
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