Legal woes: Khloe Kardashian is being sued by transgender model who claims the reality star 'beat her up'
A transgender model is willing to drop a lawsuit against Khloe Kardashian - if the reality star stumps up $150,000.
Chantal Spears - also known as Ronald Spears - says she will settle out of court if Khloe pays up for causing 'mental and emotional anxiety,' according to new court documents.
The alleged altercation took place in December 2009, outside of the Playhouse Nightclub in Hollywood.
According to TMZ, Khloe - who is claiming self defence - has countered the request saying Spears has not properly specified what her alleged damages were - despite being asked several times.
At the time of the alleged incident, Spears told TMZ that Khloe, now 27, became aggressive after Spears approached her basketballer husband Lamar Odom, who was 30 at the time, and said that he was 'too young to be married'.
The couple had married just weeks earlier on September 27 of that year.
'All I was telling Lamar Odom is maybe he is too young to get married, and all of a sudden I get this big push from this girl,' Spears previously told TMZ.
Spears said that she tried to defend herself, but Khloe pushed him for the second time.
'It was her. I tried to get her and she pushed me again,' Spears said.
After the police attended the scene and spoke to Spears, Spears said that Khloe was going to be in 'trouble'.
Out of court: Chantal Spears is willing to settle the case out of court for $150,000
No one was arrested at the time of the altercation.
'She is in trouble... because everybody saw her hit me first,' Spears said.
Spears, claims in the lawsuit that she obtained serious injuries after Khloe hit her 'in and about her body'.
The case is still ongoing and a judge is yet to make a ruling.
Defending her man? Chantal Spears alleges that Khloe got aggressive after Spears approached her husband Lamar Odom, and told him he was 'too young to be married'