The legendary Harley-Davidson riding Hells Angels have settled a suit amicably out of court with apparel company Dyrdek Enterprises for jacking their logo according to sources today. The clothing company was accused of commandeering the iconic logo for use with their Young and Reckless clothing line.
Dyrdek is owned by MTV star Rob Dyrdek and his cousin Chris "Drama" Pfaff. In an act of true blood-being-thicker-than-water, Dyrdek emphatically told reporters that if the Angels felt the need to "stomp anyone out" it should definitely be his cousin Drama. Dyrdek went on at the time to pontificate how he would never disrespect the motorcycle club in that fashion.
According to legal documents that have been filed in California, the parties resolved their differences out of court; however, the terms of the settlement have not been disclosed.
In other news on the Hells Angels front, the M/C held peace talks today in Melbourne, Australia with the Bandidos. Both clubs are working to avoid a full out war over the attempted murder of Bandidos sergeant-at-arms Toby Mitchell.
Witnesses said the tension was very obvious between the two clubs; however, the talks ended without any violence and will continue in coming days.