Chris Cornell's Widow Settles Legal Battle with Soundgarden; Coachella Festival Fined $117,000 For Breaking Curfew

Chris Cornell's Widow Settles Legal Battle with Soundgarden

What's up my fellow celebrity news junkies, CelebDan here with some exclusive news on the Chris Cornell legal battle. As you may remember, the late Soundgarden frontman's widow, Vicky Cornell, filed a lawsuit against the band, claiming that they were withholding royalties owed to her and her family. Well, I'm here to tell you that the legal battle has come to an end, and it looks like Vicky has come out on top.

According to sources close to the situation, Vicky and Soundgarden have reached a settlement, and she will now be receiving the royalties that were being withheld from her. While the terms of the settlement have not been disclosed, it's safe to say that Vicky is happy with the outcome.

But that's not all, my friends. In other Chris Cornell news, it looks like the folks over at Coachella are in hot water. The festival has been fined a whopping $117,000 for breaking curfew during a recent performance by Guns N' Roses. The band was scheduled to end their set at midnight, but they ended up playing until 12:25 am, which violated the festival's noise curfew.

As you can imagine, this news has not gone over well with Coachella organizers, who are now scrambling to figure out how to pay the hefty fine. But hey, you know what they say, you gotta pay to play. And when you're one of the biggest music festivals in the world, sometimes that means paying a fine or two.

Well, that's all for now, my fellow celebrity news enthusiasts. Stay tuned for more juicy gossip from yours truly, CelebDan.