Cheryl Tiegs has settled a lawsuit filed by ex-husband Rod Stryker, who accused her of not placing $20,000 the couple's twin sons earned for posing in a magazine cover photo in the boys' college fund.
The action had been scheduled for a Superior Court status conference Tuesday but was resolved, according to Larry Goldman, an associate of Tiegs' lawyer, Neal Raymond Hersh. Goldman declined to elaborate, and Hersh did not immediately return a call for comment.
Stryker, 45, has full custody of the couple's 2-year-old sons, Jaden and Theo, who posed with their supermodel mother, now 55, for a More magazine cover.
Stryker filed for divorce in October 2001 after three years of marriage. The boys were born to a surrogate mother. Stryker was Tiegs' fourth husband and her former yoga instructor.
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