Yeezy, the rapper's luxury clothing company and fashion tycoon Ye, agreed on Monday to pay $950,000 to resolve a lawsuit filed by four California district attorneys for slow shipping to customers.
The lawsuit, filed last month by District Prosecutors of Los Angeles, Sonoma, NAPA and Alameda counties, alleged that Yeezy had made false announcements about his shipment and violated state law by not sending orders online within 30 days.
Last month, a judge approved an application from the artist formerly known as Kanye West, who legally changed his name to Ye.
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He designs and sells sneakers under the Yeezy brand in collaboration with Adidas. The company also manufactures and sells clothes. Adidas was not appointed as a defendant in the lawsuit.
Yeezy's representatives did not immediately respond to a request for statements by email.
The agreement includes $800,000 in civil fines to district prosecutors' offices, $50,000 in restitution to a state consumer protection fund and $100,000 in investigation costs.