What do you do when you're Kristin Wilson?

You take the money you just got in your settlement and buy yourself a pulled pork sandwich. Because it feels good when a pig has to pay you some money:

ccording to court documents obtained by Sun Media, a $6.6-million lawsuit filed by Kristin Dawn Wilson against Const. Shane Connor and Chief Mike Boyd has been discontinued as a result of an agreement being reached.

The amount of the settlement is not known due to a non-disclosure clause signed by both parties.

Wilson’s lawyer, Laurie Wood, confirmed yesterday that an out-of-court settlement had been agreed upon.

“I can’t give you any information as to the settlement, but I can tell you that my client was pleased to see it finalized,” said Wood. “She wanted closure and she is glad to have it over with. She just wants to get on with her life.”

Wilson, a 22-year-old mother currently living in B.C.’s Okanagan Valley, sued the Edmonton Police Service in October 2006 after alleging she was struck in the face by Connor while handcuffed behind her back early in the morning of June 18, 2006 on Whyte Avenue.

She claimed the assault caused her to fall face forward against a concrete curb and her face was injured.

The lawsuit also alleges Wilson was taken against her will by bus to a marshalling area where she was detained for hours before being dropped on Jasper Avenue.

Wilson was taken into custody and handcuffed when she stepped off the curb after police warned revellers celebrating an Oilers victory in a game during the finals of the Stanley Cup playoffs to remain on the sidewalk.

On April 22, 2008, Connor, then 28, was cleared of a charge of unlawful or unnecessary exercise of authority following a city police internal disciplinary hearing.