On Wednesday, Warner Bros. confirmed it had reached a settlement with The Satanic Temple in a lawsuit over a statue that appears prominently in the Netflix "Sabrina" reboot (which Warner Bros. made).

The Temple sued Warner Bros. and Netflix for $50 million earlier this month, claiming the "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina" copied its statue of a goat-headed deity, called Baphomet with Children.

The fight over a goat-headed statue that pitted Satanists against media giants has ended.

On Wednesday, Warner Bros. confirmed to Business Insider that it had "amicably settled" a lawsuit brought by The Satanic Temple against Netflix and Warner Bros. earlier this month, which alleged that the "Sabrina" reboot copied its statue of the goat-headed deity Baphomet, and implied it stood for evil.

Warner Bros did not comment on the terms of the settlement.

The Satanic Temple did not respond to a request for comment, but told Business Insider last week that it was "in the process of finalizing an amicable settlement" with Warner Bros.

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