Yale University has settled a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of Annie Le, a graduate student killed in a research lab days before her wedding in 2009.
The case was resolved through mediation and the settlement terms weren't disclosed, according to a court document filed in Waterbury last week and obtained Tuesday by The Associated Press.
Annie Le's strangled body was found stuffed in a wall at a Yale lab building on Sept. 13, 2009. The native of Placerville, California, was 24. The lawsuit alleged Yale had failed to adequately protect women on campus for years.
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Yale officials denied the allegations.
An animal research technician who worked in the building, Raymond Clark III, is serving a 44-year prison sentence for killing Le.
Lawyers for both sides didn't immediately respond to messages the Associated Press left.