Sex Pistols' John Lydon Freed of Assault Case


John Lydon
Roxanne Davis who claimed she was punched in the face and called names by the rocker has asked L.A. judge to dismiss the case.


A lawsuit by a TV producer who alleged Sex Pistols rocker Johnny Rotten punched her in the face has been settled out of court. In June 2008, Roxanne Davis filed suit against the hellraising punk - real name John Lydon - after he allegedly called her a "c**t" and punched her in the face after being left unsatisfied with his accommodation at the five star Los Angeles Ritz Carlton hotel.

Davis, who worked on a reality TV show on which Lydon was a judge, accused the star of sexual harassment, assault and battery. Earlier this month, Davis asked an L.A. judge to dismiss the case after both parties decided to settle out of court. The producer's lawyer, Keith Fink, tells TMZ.com that the matter "has been satisfactorily settled."

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