Randy Moss Settles Out Of Court
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Vikings star Randy Moss settled a lawsuit with a traffic-control agent he knocked to the ground with his car nearly two years ago.
A trial was set to begin May 17 in Hennepin County District Court after Amy Zaccardi sued the wide receiver last year. Settlement terms were not released.
Zaccardi was directing traffic in September 2002 in downtown Minneapolis when she said Moss refused her direction. He turned illegally, hitting her with his car and slowly pushing her about a half block before she was knocked down.
Zaccardi's lawsuit claimed assault and battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligence. It sought more than $50,000 in damages.
Moss pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor counts in December 2002 and was fined for careless driving and ordered to do community service.
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