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Yesterday a judge signed off on a settlement agreement between Halle Berry and Gabriel Aubry. For the next 12 years Halle has to pay Gabriel $16K a month in child support and also has to pay him $115K in back support. Oh, and to top things off she has to pay for all his attorney fees. That is a nice amount of money for Gabriel who will earn almost $200K a year for simply taking care of his child half the time. He is not having to pay for school or insurance or any kind of child care so he probably doesn't have to work very much over the next decade to make himself a comfortable living. It is not like he is that much in demand so he better make sure he saves as much as he can before Nahla turns 18. Halle also had to promise that Olivier wouldn't beat the crap out of Gabriel anymore. That incident seems like forever ago. Oh, or when Halle said she wanted to move to Paris, which of course means she wouldn't have been able to shoot her new television show.
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