Halle Berry And Gabriel Aubry Reach ‘Amicable’ Agreement

Gabriel Aubry and Halle Berry called a halt to their heated court battle and reportedly reached an amicable custody agreement. Day two of the court proceedings occurred entirely behind closed doors, according to E! Online. Berry’s lawyer, Blair Berk, reportedly gave the entertainment website a handwritten note stating that the movie star and her baby daddy had reached an agreement.

Halle Berry’s attorney also reportedly stated that there would be no further comment on the matter of visitation and custody of little Nahla. Gabe Aubry was under an emergency protection order that prohibited him from coming neither either the 4-year-old girl or his former significant other. The order was put into place after the Thanksgiving Day fight between Aubry and Berry’s fiancé Olivier Martinez.

As previously reported by The Inquisitr, the actress has placed the mansion where the fight occurred on the market. She and Martinez had reportedly wanted to move to France, but a judge nixed the idea because it would severely limit Aubry’s relationship with Nahla. As long as Gabriel opposed it, his ex-girlfriend cannot move the child out of the country.

Gabe Aubry secured a temporary restraining order against Olivier after the fight. According to the court filing, he claimed that Martinez had threatened to kill him if he tried to thwart plans for Nahla and Halle to move to France. Aubry also supposedly alleged that Olivier Martinez told police officers that he was the one who started the brawl on his fiance’s front lawn on Thanksgiving Day.