SUPERMODEL Claudia Schiffer no longer has the threat of court action looming over her after a Mallorca court finally closed the books on her long-running dispute with former Formula 1 chief Willi Weber.
The German pair were involved in a bizarre spat over the felling of two pine trees on Weber’s Camp de Mar property with Weber demanding more than €30,000 compensation from Schiffer and her British film producer husband Matthew Vaughan.
Weber had accused the two of paying off some gardeners to axe the pines in order to improve the sea view on their sprawling 500,000 acre property, even saying that he would take revenge by ‘planting so many trees they can only smell the sea’.
The case was recently resolved out of court and this week a Mallorcan judge formally acknowledged the end of the dispute.
What the terms were of the agreement remain unclear but Schiffer hasn’t been spotted anywhere on the island she visited frequently for months.