Flo Rida has been through his fair share of legal issues over the last few years, but the Florida entertainer recently put one of the matters to bed settling a lawsuit with his estranged assistant, TMZ reports. The case was initially brought forth by Mahogany Miller in 2012. Miller, who previously worked as Rida's administrative assistant, claims she slaved for 65 hours a week and was paid less than minimum wage. She accused the entertainer of firing her after she complained. After two years in litigation, Flo has decided to settle the case and fork over close to $19,000, cashing out Miller at $8,684 plus $10,000 for her attorneys.

Flo Rida's lawyers will continue to stay with work as he recently came under fire for child support by a woman who alleges he impregnated her but refuses to claim paternity.

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