Carmen Electra, Naked Women's Wrestling League Settle Suit

"Baywatch" star's lawsuit focuses on hosting duties, DVDs

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    Carmen Electra finally gets her payday for such DVDs as "Twin Peaks," "Operation Naked Storm," "Tag Team Dream" and "Bush vs. Hussein."

    Carmen Electra and the Naked Women's Wrestling League have finally made their peace.

    The 37-year-old actress filed a lawsuit back in November 2007 over money she said she was owed for hosting duties and use of her image on DVDs.

    Electra alleged NWWL bosses promised to pay her $400,000 for hosting several events, but she only received 25 percent of that amount and was owed $300,000.

    Also, Electra alleged that the league released DVDs featuring her image, including "Twin Peaks," "Operation Naked Storm," "Tag Team Dream" and "Bush vs. Hussein," without payment.

    On Thursday, her attorney said the lawsuit has finally been settled.

    "I am pleased that we could reach a settlement that was acceptable to all parties," attorney Todd W. Bonder said outside the courtroom without divulging the terms.

    Electra -- whose real name is Tara Patrick -- has appeared in such films as "Meet the Spartans" and "Scary Movie." And, of course, the television show "Baywatch."