It’s been a long, arduous road to peace for diva Celine Dion in Jupiter Island.
Life’s little hard pucks have come fast and furious at the singer of My Heart Will Go On since she bought beachfront land in the island town in 2005 and built a $17 million-compound.
When it wasn’t a lawsuit from an architect accusing her of dissing his blueprint or an overworked handyman, it was a lien from the landscaping company.
When she didn’t have to deal with the firing of the town official who approved her private water park, she was branded a water hog who used millions of gallons in the middle of a drought.
There’s some good news for the pop star, though: The last lawsuit involving her property has been settled!
We broke the story in 2011: Developer Richard Dubois was after the chanteuse two years ago because, he claimed, she and husband Rene Angelil owed him $538,219.
He claimed the money was due to him after three years of supervising the mammoth construction.
Court records in Martin County show Dubois and Dion’s people finally came to terms.
There’s not telling whether he was paid in full because the settlement is confidential, but each party is paying her own lawyers’ bills.