Satanists settle lawsuit with Netflix over goat-headed statue

The group said its statue (left) was copied illegally by a Netflix TV show (right).

(CNN)A group of Satanists that sued Netflix for $50 million for allegedly copying the image of its goat-headed deity has "amicably settled" its lawsuit with the video streaming giant.

The Satanic Temple organization claimed Netflix and Warner Bros. had copied the image of Baphomet -- a winged, half-man, half-goat figure that has been worshiped by various occult groups -- in its program "The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina."
A reproduction of the figure appeared in four episodes of the show without the group's permission, the group claimed.
But the group's leader said the suit has now been settled, and that "the unique elements of the Satanic Temple's Baphomet statue" will be acknowledged in the credits of the show's episodes.