Caitlyn Jenner has settled the final lawsuit resulting from the 2015 car crash that left one woman dead.
The reality star's attorneys filed documents this week confirming a settlement with composer Peter Wolf-Millesi, according to The Blast.
Wolf-Millesi was the driver of a Hummer which was one of a number of vehicles involved in the chain-reaction crash on the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu in February 2015.
The crash occurred when the-then Bruce Jenner's sport utility vehicle rear-ended Kim Howe's Lexus, pushing it into oncoming traffic, where it was struck head-on by Wolf-Millesi's Hummer.
At the time of the incident Wolf-Millesi's vehicle contained his wife, their children and a 73-year-old woman.
Howe, 69, died at the scene. Her stepchildren have previously settled with Jenner, as has the Hollywood agent driver of a Prius also rear-ended by the star during the collision.
Sheriff's investigators determined Jenner was traveling at an unsafe speed for the conditions at the time of the incident.
Prosecutors, citing unlikelihood to prove negligence in court, declined to file a vehicular manslaughter charge against Jenner, who won a 1976 Olympic gold medal in decathlon as Bruce. She later came out as transgender, transitioning to a woman.
Jenner herself filed a lawsuit relating to the crash - accusing paparazzi photographers of distracting her.