SAN DIEGO (AP) - A judge has granted a Southern California yoga instructor's request to withdraw from a federal class-action lawsuit against Trump University after her attorneys said the Republican presidential front-runner and his lawyers put her "through the wringer."

SAN DIEGO (AP) A judge has granted a Southern California yoga instructor's request to withdraw from a federal class-action lawsuit against Trump University after her attorneys said the Republican presidential front-runner and his lawyers put her "through the wringer."

Tarla Makaeff's (MAY'-koff's) withdrawal from the case would leave three other plaintiffs as the six-year-old case nears trial in San Diego.

U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel ruling published late Monday allows Trump's attorneys to do an additional deposition of another plaintiff and recover some attorney costs to be determined later. The plaintiffs have a week to decide whether to accept the terms.

The skirmish came in one of three lawsuits that claim Trump University deceived customers with empty promises to teach them secrets to real estate success.