Kylie and Kendall Jenner have one less lawsuit to worry about.

According to TMZ, the sisters have settled a legal dispute with photographer Michael Miller, who sued them in 2017 for allegedly using his 2Pac images without proper authorization. Miller’s work was featured in the Jenners’ controversial T-shirt line, in which their faces were superimposed over photos of legendary music acts like Ozzy Osbourne, Metallica, Pink Floyd, Biggie, and, of course, Pac.

Following widespread backlash, the Jenners removed the shirts from their Kendall + Kylie apparel line and issued an apology; however, Miller wasn’t satisfied. He eventually sued the sisters for copyright infringement, claiming they “misappropriated and wrongfully exploited” his work.

The Jenners’ legal team called Miller’s suit “baseless” and insisted they acquired the photos from a company that was authorized to license them.

TMZ reports the Jenners and Miller have agreed to cover their respective legal fees; however, it is unclear if the deal included an exchange of payment.

News of the settlement arrives just days after Kendall filed a countersuit against photographer Al Pereira, who also sued Kendall Inc. for using his 2Pac and Biggie photo in the aforementioned T-shirt line. Kendall is seeking $22,000 from Pereira to cover the legal costs of, what she calls, a “frivolous” lawsuit. The model/reality TV star's legal team claims the photographer has filed more than 450 copyright infringement complaints within the past three years, and is simply trying to make quick cash.