The news of a legal ceasefire came Thursday (Nov. 29) via a statement from Berry’s and Aubry’s lawyers. “From all counsel, the parties have reached an amicable agreement. There will be no further statements regarding this matter,” it reads.
What, exactly, the “amicable agreement” covers isn’t clear. Aubry and Berry have been fighting over custody of their 4-year-old daughter Nahla, with Aubry recently winning a decision that would prevent Berry from moving Nahla to Paris with the French-born Martinez.
The Thanksgiving Day fight between Aubry and Martinez reportedly erupted from an argument over the custody case. Martinez had Aubry arrested — charges were subsequently dropped — and Aubry in turn took out a restraining order against Martinez.