Clipped From Logansport Pharos-Tribune
Pop star Tiffany, mom settle their dispute LOS ANGELES (AP) — Teen-age pop star Tiffany has agreed to withdraw her petition to be legally recognized as ah adult after reaching a settlement with her mother. Tiffany Darwish, her formal name, and her mother, Janie Williams, reached the agreement Thursday after hours of negotiations at the Los Angeles County Courthouse. Attorneys for both sides refused to disclose the terms of the settlement, as did the 16-year-old singer, who has scored hits with remakes of '60s era songs such as "I Saw Him Standing There" and "I Think We're Alone Now." Tiffany filed emancipation papers in March after Williams refused to approve a management contract between the singer and George Tobin, her manager. Since Tiffany is a minor, her contracts must be approved by her guardian and a court.