David Carradine's Widow Settles Lawsuit With Production Company Over His Death, Report Says

FILE: David Carradine and Annie Bierman in 2005 (AP)

FILE: David Carradine and Annie Bierman in 2005 (AP)

David Carradine's widow settled her lawsuit with French filmmakers over the "Kung Fu" star's shocking death by auto-erotic asphyxiation, the New York Post reported Thursday, citing sources.

Terms of the settlement between Anne Carradine and MK2 Productions -- who she blamed for not keeping an assistant near her husband at all times -- were not disclosed.

David Carradine, 72, was found dead, naked and hanging in his hotel closet, in 2009 while shooting a movie in Thailand. The death was ruled an accidental auto-erotic asphyxiation.

His death became part of a conspiracy theory in 2010 when the actor Dennis Quaid and his wife claimed that a group of Hollywood "star whackers" had targeted them and also caused the deaths of Carradine, Heath Ledger and Chris Penn.