Bubba the Love Sponge Clem and Todd MJ Schnitt have been on-air adversaries for years. Their attorneys met again late Friday night. They told us Bubba and his radio network agreed to waive their claims to attorney fees.
They had wanted about a million in fees from Schnitt, the agreement also prohibits Bubba from talking about Schnitt's wife Michelle or his children on the air. Every time he does, he has to pay a $5,000 dollar fine.
Todd MJ Schnitt and Bubba the Love Sponge Clem were accompanied by their lawyers in an all day mediation session.
Both have recently been in the news because of their long running feud, which led to a lawsuit.
In an effort to bring their legal battles to an end, both sides spent the day trying to iron out their differrences.
For years, the pair have battled it out on the air waves. Recently they duked it out in a courtroom, with Schnitt suing Clem for defamation.
A jury sided with Clem, claiming the first amendment allows him to speak about his chief competitor on the air.
"I am mediating a verdict at the end of the day I won 48-0 over virtual name calling. Three and half million dollars later, we are here on a beautiful Thursday afternoon fighting over the fact he can't accept he lost," Clem said.
Schnitt is seeking a re-trial of the case, while Clem is seeking to have Schnitt pay his million dollar legal fees.
"It just goes to show you if you've got money than the verdict never really means anything," said "Bubba the Love Sponge." He added, "you can just make the legal system your personal sandbox."
The two well known Bay-area personalities have been at odds for years, but Clem says he's willing to sign a non-disparagement agreement, if it helps bring an end to their legal feud.
Clem went on to say "it is a big waste of time and money but that is what he is trying to do he is trying to bankrupt me until I give up I am about there guys I mean I won in court, I will sign just about anything to make this thing go away, its ridiculous."
There has been no comment from Schnitt or his attorney's.
The two sides have been meeting behind closed doors for several hours but have yet to come to an agreement