You can't break a sisterly bond, apparently -- at least according to Wynonna Judd and her sister, actress Ashley Judd.

In November, Ashley told police that she believed a tracking device had been placed on her Mini Cooper after Wynonna's daughter, who had been borrowing the car, became suspicious and took the vehicle to a mechanic. When the tracking device was located, Judd took the information to the authorities.

According to a police report, the actress said she believed it was her own sister who placed the device on her vehicle. Nashville's Tennessean reports that the device was registered to private investigator Janice Diane Swafford-Holt, who had been hired by Wynonna.

The police report goes on to claim that Wy's ex-husband, Arch Kelley, was given the device and asked to place it on the car. Kelley denies any involvement in the situation.

But now, it seems all is forgiven. While Wynonna has not publicly made any comment in the case, her attorney contacted the police and said that she put the device on the car to track her daughter, who had been using the car, and not her famous sister, and that the entire situation was a big misunderstanding.

If the case had proceeded, Wynonna could have been charged with a Class C misdemeanor, which is the same as a speeding ticket.

This isn't the first time the sisters have shared a headline together. In October, the singer went to bat for her sister, after talk show host Wendy Williams joked about Judd and her husband, Dario Franchitti, being married for 11 years while remaining childless. Wy took to Twitter to express her outrage, which ended with an apology from Williams.