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Emily Smith and Dareh Gregorian of the New York Post report that the three remaining civil lawsuits tied to the 1999 shooting at Club New York, which would later send rapper Jamal "Shyne" Barrows to prison, have now been settled.

The suits, filed by the three people who were shot on that night, were aimed at Sean "Diddy" Combs, Barrows and Club New York owner Michael Bergos. Bergos, who refused to sign a confidentiality agreement, revealed to the Post that the victims were paid $1.8 million, $500,000 and $50,000. Natania Reuben, who was shot in the face and suffered seizures due to the incident, received the largest amount. Her attorney, Debra Reiser, had no comment for the post.

"My client wanted the confidentiality agreement because she didn't want any further publicity," he said. "She's been victimized enough."

The payments were split between Combs, Barrows and Bergos. According to him, insurance covered the portions paid by both the club owner and Barrows, but Combs paid his portion out of his own pocket because his insurance company is now out of business.