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Lawsuit against Hot Yoga, landlord dropped by shooting victim’s parents

The parents of Maura Binkley, the woman who was killed during a 2018 shooting at Hot Yoga...
The parents of Maura Binkley, the woman who was killed during a 2018 shooting at Hot Yoga studio in Tallahassee, have dropped their lawsuit against Hot Yoga and its landlord Betton Place.(WCTV/CNN (custom credit) | Source: WCTV/CNN)
Updated: Jun. 16, 2021 at 4:56 PM EDT
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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) - The parents of Maura Binkley, the woman who was killed during a 2018 shooting at Hot Yoga studio in Tallahassee, have dropped their lawsuit against Hot Yoga and its landlord, Betton Place.

The lawsuit was dismissed Monday, over two years since it was originally filed. The terms of the settlement were not disclosed.

“The matter has been resolved amicably among the parties to the legal action, therefore dismissed from the process,” Jeff Binkley, the victim’s father, said.

Betton Place Partners spokesman Ron Sachs told WCTV, “The memory and legacy of the victims of this terrible tragedy and their families are best served by moving forward in unity of purpose We mourn and honor them by dedicating ourselves to peace, safety, and valuing their lives by how we all live our own, every day.”

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