David Duchovny has dropped a $1 million lawsuit against the Daily Mail newspaper for alluding he had an affair, a week after the publication apologised for the story.
In the October article, the Mail alluded to a possible affair between Duchovny and his coach Edit Pakay.
The actor immediately denied the report and filed a defamation suit in Los Angeles.
The publication printed an apology to the star admitting the newspaper’s original story was “inaccurate”.
And now Duchovny has dropped the suit he filed against the tabloid, according to E! Online.
Duchovny and Leoni separated in October after 11 years of marriage.
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