“Suit Over Scar on Girl Settled” (The Los Angeles Times, October 15, 1927)

Superior Court Judge Fleming yesterday was spared the necessity of determining how much it is worth for a motion-picture actress to carry a scar on her cheek when the suit for $35,000 damages brought by Miss Carole Jane Peters was settled before being called for trial.

Miss Peters had sued Harry Cooper, holding him responsible for the scar she declared she bears as the result of an automobile accident. Miss Peters stated she was a passenger in Cooper’s machine when it collided with another car.

While terms of the settlement were not made public, it is reported Miss Peters agreed to accept $3000 in lieu of going to trial.