The publisher of Rupert Murdoch's News of the World has paid singer Charlotte Church and her family $952,000 to settle a phone-hacking lawsuit, her lawyer said Monday.

"They are not truly sorry; they are just sorry they got caught," Church said.

Police are conducting three investigations into illegal activity by British journalists and private detectives working for them. Two parliamentary committees are also probing the scandal, and a separate independent inquiry has been established by Prime Minister David Cameron.

Church's settlement does not end the lawsuits against News International. Cherie Blair, the wife of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, announced February 22 that she was suing over allegations her voice mail was intercepted to get news of her pregnancy when her husband was in office.