Aniston's topless settlement
13:30 04 September 2006
Jennifer Aniston has settled a law suit over topless pictures of her.
The former 'Friends' star, who launched her legal fight in December 2005, tried to sue Peter Brandt claiming he invaded her privacy by using a telephoto lens - a long lens used to take pictures from a distance - to photograph her inside her home when she was "topless or partly dressed".
However, the snapper said he took the pictures while standing on a public street about 300 yards away from Jennifer's home.
The actress' lawyer, Jay Lavely, refused to comment on the outcome of the case, only saying: "It's a confidential settlement. The matter was amicably resolved."
Meanwhile, Jennifer - who is dating her 'The Break-Up' co-star Vince Vaughn - is reportedly on the verge of signing an advertising deal with Nike.
The amount of money being offered to the former 'Friends' star by the sportswear giant is rumoured to be the most the company has ever paid for a celebrity endorsement.
Jennifer is apparently keen to make sure the campaign "brings focus to cancer research" with donations given to her favourite cancer charities.
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