Brandi Glanville settles lawsuit with Joanna Krupa

Joanna Krupa and Brandi Glanville have settled their long-running lawsuit, just two days before the case was due to go to jury trial.

Details of the settlement are being kept confidential but DailyMail.com can reveal Glanville will shortly release a statement apologizing for comments made in 2013 in which she claimed Krupa has 'smelly' lady parts.

Glanville, 44, also claimed the Polish model had once had an affair with Mohamed Hadid, the property developer father of models Gigi and Bella, while he was still married to Yolanda Foster.

Settled: Krupa, 38, sued Glanville, 44, for slander and emotional distress following a 2013 interview the Beverly Hills housewife gave to Andy Cohen on 'Watch What Happens Live'

Settled: Krupa, 38, sued Glanville, 44, for slander and emotional distress following a 2013 interview the Beverly Hills housewife gave to Andy Cohen on 'Watch What Happens Live'

Glanville claimed that Krupa had slept with Hadid, 68, while he was still married. Krupa said these statements were defamatory

Glanville claimed that Krupa had slept with Hadid, 68, while he was still married. Krupa said these statements were defamatory

The settlement concludes a lengthy legal battle fought largely in Miami, Florida, although Krupa was not in the city to see the final round of wrangling play out.

A request to remove the trial from the docket at the Miami District Court was filed this morning by lawyers acting for the Polish blonde.

The initial complaint, which was filed on January 22, 2015, came about as the result of an appearance by Glanville on late night talk show Watch What Happens Live in New York in November 2013.

While chatting to host Andy Cohen, Glanville claimed that Krupa had slept with Hadid, 68, while he was still married to Dutch former model and reality star Yolanda Foster.

She went on to allege Hadid had told her Krupa's 'p***y smelled' and claimed to have a witness to the conversation in the shape of fellow reality star Lisa Vanderpump.

On a show taped for Bravo's Watch What Happens Live YouTube channel that aired on December 16 2014, Glanville repeated the remark and added: 'You can't help the odor situation'.

Krupa filed suit the following month,

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