It's finally over for Shakira and her ex, Antonio de la Rua.
"I am very grateful that the courts are not allowing these groundless lawsuits to proceed," Shakira said in a statement. "I have moved on in my life and could not be happier now. I hope this harassment will now come to an end."
The California suit was one of three filed, seeking a partnership in the singer's income. It was the last of the three to be dismissed by the court.
De la Rua sued Shakira for $100 million in Los Angeles, claiming that is what the singer owed him for managing her since 2000.
He also initially filed a suit against her for $250 million in New York last November.
De la Rua also filed a case in Geneva calling for Shakira's assets to be frozen until he had what was rightfully his.That was later dismissed, as a Swiss judge did not allow de la Rua to access Shakira's financial accounts.
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