Sir Elton John and his ex-wife Renate Blauel have lastly resolved a reported £3m authorized dispute and agreed that they might not discuss their marriage publicly.
Ms Blauel – who accused the singer of ‘repeated and flagrant’ breaches of the settlement in his memoir ‘Me’ and the biopic ‘Rocketman’, requested for an injunction to cease future disclosures from Sir Elton, in addition to £3m in damages and prices.
Sir Elton , in accordance with her ex-wife, broke an settlement the pair made after they divorced after 4 years of marriage in 1988, and had prompted her to undergo psychological well being issues. The couple’s marriage was depicted within the biopic ‘Rocketman’, launched in 2019.
Announcing they’d resolved the dispute, a spokesman for Sir Elton stated: “The events are completely happy to announce that they’ve resolved this case, in a approach that acknowledges Renate’s want for privateness.
“For her part, Renate acknowledges that Elton has acted in a dignified and respectful way towards her in the last 30 years and has been always happy to help her. They will not be discussing each other, or their marriage, in future and will be making no further comment about the case.”
At the time of the couple’s cut up, the pair had signed a contract which included a clause stopping both of them from discussing their marriage or the explanations for his or her separation.