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Naked Cowgirl Can Keep Her Name, Free of Charge

Sandra Brodsky can stay naked.

Brodsky — better known as ex-stripper Sandy Kane — has won the right to continue calling herself The Naked Cowgirl after a failed lawsuit by Robert Burck, better known as the guitar-toting Naked Cowboy.

The battle of the Clotheless Cowpeople was bared yesterday by Metro, which obtained terms of a February settlement between the pair, both of whom ply their trade in Times Square.

In February, Kane won a legal battle “to keep her skivvies, pasties and guitar strapped on in Times Square, without giving Burck a dime,” Metro reported. According to the settlement agreement, “Kane, an aging ex-stripper, can use the name ‘Naked Cowgirl’ alongside her name without dishing out cash. Last year, Burck demanded $5,000 and subsequent loyalty payments from Kane to use the ‘Naked’ name, Kane’s lawyer, Nick Barnhorst, told Metro.”

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