What happened? No more truce???
Earlier today, we "learned" that Halle Berry and baby daddy Gabriel Aubry had decided to call a truce, in the best interest of their daughter Nahla.
Last we heard, they were heading to court to end the case, and Aubry had reportedly filed a motion to dismiss his request for spousal support from Halle.
Now, Halle has been granted permission to bring Nahla to NYC, so she can shoot New Year's Eve, a move which Gabriel had been trying to block.
Due to custody drama, Halle lost her role to Katherine Heigl, but apparently she's being given another role in the movie.
Here's what Halle's lawyer Neal Hersh had to say about it:
"We are pleased the judge took the time to deal with this very imminent and important issue. The judge read a great deal of paperwork and gave us time to argue. Halle is very pleased with the judge's order."
At this point, Gabriel has withdrawn his custody petition, but his paternity suit continues.
This doesn't seem to coincide with what we've been hearing. Is the truce off? Or was it just not that strong of a truce to begin with? Is this war going to continue, but they'll just be NICER about it???
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