Allen Iverson has finally reached a settlement in his second bodyguard assault lawsuit. The NBA superstar, along with D.C.'s Zanizbar nightclub, quietly agreed to pay Gregory Broady an undisclosed amount last month, ending a two-year court battle. Broady's lawyer, Tina Snee, said all the settlement documents had been signed and a check was expected this week -- but the amount is confidential.
Broady, an information technology specialist, was at Zanzibar in June 2004 when the former Hoya star arrived accompanied by a hefty security entourage who ordered patrons to stay in specific areas in the club. In his lawsuit, Broady claimed one of Iverson's bodyguards attacked him when he walked across the club floor, causing a head injury; Broady sued both Iverson and the club for $750,000. In 2007, Iverson paid $260,000 to a Maryland man who had a separate run-in with Iverson's security men at Eyebar two years earlier.
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