On Thursday, Nov. 29, the Cloud Atlas actress, 46, and her model ex, 37, "reached an amicable agreement" over the care of their child, Berry's attorney, Blair Berk, informed E! News in a handwritten note. No details were released about what that agreement is, but for now, at least, the former couple have called a ceasefire.
"There will be no further statement on the matter," Berk's message read.
The settlement comes just one week after Aubry came to blows with Berry's fiance, French actor Olivier Martinez, at Berry's home on Thanksgiving. Following that fight, an emergency protective order was put in place preventing Nahla's dad from coming near his ex or their child. (That order was set to expire today.)
Aubry, for his part, also secured a temporary restraining order against Martinez, claiming that the star had threatened to kill him if he refused to allow his ex to move to France with their daughter.
"They keep playing this game and Nahla is used as a pawn," a confidante revealed in the new issue of Us Weekly, out now. "It's her I feel sorry for."
With the custody tug-of-war finally settled, however, it seems the game is over -- and Berry may finally get her one wish: "All [Halle] wants is a normal family life," another source told Us of the Oscar-winning actress.
This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Halle Berry, Gabriel Aubry Reach "Amicable" Custody Agreement Over Daughter Nahla