Kim Richards and her former stylist, Paige Sanderson, are no longer involved in a legal feud. According to a new report, the former "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star seemed to reach a settlement in Sanderson's case against her after her sister, Kyle Richards, was dragged into the messy lawsuit.

On April 9, The Blast obtained court records which revealed a notice of settlement had been filed on Friday of last week. As fans may recall, Sanderson's case against Richards claimed that the ex-reality star's dog, a pit bull named Kingsley, had allegedly attacked her during a professional visit to a home that Richards was renting from younger sister Kyle years ago.

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Kim Richards betrayed Kyle at her home?

While Kyle Richards didn't seem to have anything to do with the attack, she was dragged into the case because she owned the home. However, after prosecutors reportedly began zoning in on Kyle as the case continued, it was suddenly settled.

As The Blast explained, Kyle, who is married to real estate agent Mauricio Umansky, attempted to have herself dismissed from the suit and even went as far as to blame Kim for allowing her daughter to live at her home without getting permission from her first.

Because Kim Richards' dog had previously attacked Kyle's own daughter, it seems highly unlikely that Kyle [VIDEO] would want, or allow, the dog to live at her home. As fans may recall, Kyle's daughter Alexia Umansky underwent surgery on her hand after the attack but during an episode of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" years ago, Kim wrote the bite off as nothing more than a little nip.

Two days prior to their settlement being reached, Paige Sanderson reportedly filed documents that requested a home inspection be done at the home of Kyle Richards.

There was also a request for "monetary sanctions." However, the group ultimately settled their case with the results of the lawsuit's outcome remaining unconfirmed.

Kim Richards quit 'RHOBH' after season seven

After her role on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" was reduced due to a couple of arrests in 2015, including a Target store theft, Richards chose to leave the show [VIDEO] completely. Although she and Kyle were two of the longest running cast members of the show, Kyle is now one of two remaining original housewives, with the other being Lisa Vanderpump.

"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" season eight airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on Bravo TV.