Michael Jackson has amicably resolved a lawsuit filed by a Beverly Hills pharmacy that claimed the singer owed more than $100,000 for prescription drugs during the past two years, his spokeswoman said Friday.

"(Mickey) Fine Pharmacy has been paid," Jackson spokeswoman Raymone K. Bain said in a statement.

The suit, filed Wednesday in Los Angeles County Superior Court, alleged the pharmacy had an oral agreement with Jackson to pay for his prescription medications and sent monthly bills that went unpaid by the singer.

As of Dec. 25, 2006, Jackson owed $101,926 and had made his last payment in mid-2005, the lawsuit said.

A lawyer representing the pharmacy initially declined comment on the lawsuit, and did not immediately return a phone call late Friday regarding Bain's comments.

In her statement, Bain said the lawsuit related to the administration of Jackson's finances. She noted that Jackson has filed a lawsuit against his former business managers