Guns N' Roses singer Axl Rose and his next-door neighbor agreed to avoid each other, to chill a simmering feud marked by the rocker's arrest on an assault complaint, Rose's lawyer said.
Rose, 28, and Gabriella Kantor, 37, entered an agreement stating that "she stays away from him and he stays away from her," attorney Jeff E. Scott said on Tuesday.
Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies arrested Rose at his West Hollywood apartment Oct. 30 following a dispute with Ms. Kantor, who said the musician was blaring his music.
Rose spent several hours in jail before posting $5,000 bail. Prosecutors declined to file charges, citing a lack of evidence.