Halle Berry and her ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry have reached an "amicable" agreement following the violent Thanksgiving Day altercation involving Aubry and Halle's fiance, Olivier Martinez.
Halle's attorney Blair Berk and Gabriel's attorney Shawn Holley were all smiles as they left court Thursday. Both sides agreed to drop their restraining orders against each other, TMZ reports.
Rather than address the media, Blair held up a piece of paper with the handwritten statement: "The parties have reached an amicable agreement. There will be no further statements regarding this matter."
The action comes just days after Aubry's attorneys released graphic images of the horrific wounds Aubry suffered at the hands of Martinez, a trained boxer.
Aubry, 37, was arrested by LAPD after the skirmish. Both men were treated for their injuries and released from a hospital. Aubry's camp claims Martinez, 46, was angry that Aubry won a legal challenge preventing Halle from moving with her daughter, Nahla, to France, where Martinez maintains his home.
Berry, 46, who has a history of failed relationships with men, is desperate to comply with Martinez's determination to move to France permanently. The couple have been dating since 2010.
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