Wed, 16 February 2011 22:53:26 ET
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The 'Frankie and Alice' actress has been granted permission to take Nahla to the Big Apple to shoot the romantic comedy just hours after she and Gabriel Aubry called a truce in their custody battle.
has won the right to take her two-year-old daughter Nahla to New York. The Oscar-winning actress attended a court hearing in Los Angeles on Wednesday, February 16 to allow her to take her child to New York to shoot a role in romantic comedy "New Year's Eve
", just hours after it was reported Halle and Nahla's father Gabriel Aubry had called a truce in their custody battle.
The Hollywood star will now appear in the movie, but in a different role from what was originally intended as Katherine Heigl
has now signed on to star. Halle's lawyer Neal Hersh told TMZ, "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."
The 44-year-old beauty will not go to New York this week but is reported to be going soon. According to Radar Online, Gabriel entered a motion in court on Tuesday, February 15 to end his custody case and dismiss his request for child support from Halle. The news follows a big fall-out between both Halle and Gabriel, with accusations about each other appearing in the press.
However, they have since begun speaking, leading to the Canadian model recalling his court action. A source said, "I think both sides realized how out of hand things had gotten recently. They both love their daughter and want to make sure her welfare comes first."
"Gabriel and Halle have spoken to each other and have committed to try and make things work, without the courts - Gabe's decision to drop his case is his way of showing Halle he's prepared to take a leap of faith and trust her once again."
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