Taylor Lautner Reaches Settlment in RV Lawsuit

By David Chiu
|  Saturday, Sep 4, 2010  |  Updated 7:49 AM CDT
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Lautner and an RV dealership reached a legal settlement in which the actor alleged that the company didn’t send a $300,000 coach in time for a film shoot, The Associated Press reported.

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Sorry Taylor Lautner fans—it appears the "Twilight" hunk won’t have to do those pushups.

Lautner and an RV dealership reached a legal settlement in which the actor alleged that the company didn’t send a $300,000 coach in time for a film shoot, The Associated Press reported.

Robert Barta, Lautner’s attorney, said that the dealership, McMahon RV of Irvine, Calif., will reimburse $40,000 to the star, who will give the money to children’s charity Lollipop Theater Network.

The dispute comes from a lawsuit filed by Lautner, who said the dealership missed a deadline to furnish a 2006 Affinity Country Coach to be used in the film “Abduction.”

The company’s owner, Brent McMahon, had challenged the actor to a push-up contest to resolve the matter.

No comment about the settlement was offered despite leaving a phone message, said The Associated Press.

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