“From all counsel, the parties have reached an amicable agreement. There will be no further statements regarding this matter,” said Berry’s attorney Blair Berk in a statement, reports the L.A. Times.
The settlement came Thursday afternoon after a private session at a Los Angeles County courthouse with Berk, Aubry and his lawyer, Shawn Holley. The "Cloud Atlas" actress did not attend.
This agreement, however, does not include the battery charges against Aubry. The model must still appear in court on December 13.
Aubry claims that during the altercation he suffered a fractured rib, bruises to the face and cuts that required stitches. In court papers, Aubry described the incident in detail and said Martinez started the fight.
TMZ obtained the police report of the Thanksgiving Day incident and in it, cops say Aubry was the instigator and Martinez defended himself. Law enforcement, however, believes it's a "case of mutual combat," and it's almost certain Gabriel will not be prosecuted.
Actress Halle Berry and her ex, Gabriel Aubry, settled their differences in family court Thursday, a week after Aubry fought with Berry’s fiancé, Olivier Martinez, at her Hollywood home.