The estate of Chris Baker, Travis Barker's former assistant and good friend who died in the 2008 plane crash, has settled the wrongful death lawsuit for millions of dollars.
Clay Lacy Aviation, Goodyear Tire and Rubber, Learjet and the other defendants have paid a total of $4,375,000 to settle with Chris' son, 3-year-old Sebastian, according to legal documents TMZ obtained.
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Otilia Villar Baker, Chris' widow, settled for a total of $7,625,000.
According to the documents, the $4.375 million will be used to purchase annuities for Sebastian, paying him $17,404,456.40 over the course of his life.