Halle Berry and her ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry have reached a settlement for child support for their 6-year-old daughter, Nahla.

Halle Berry, Gabriel Aubrey Reach Child Support Agreement

On May 30, Superior Court Judge Scott Gordon approved of the settlement in which Berry has agreed to pay Aubry $16,000 a month (almost $200,000 a year) to support Nahla until she turns 19 or graduates from high school – whichever comes first, reported People. Berry will also take on the payment for Nahla’s tuition. Berry and Aubry will split health care costs.

In keeping with the settlement, Berry will have to hand over $115,000 in retroactive child support in addition to the cost of Aubry's legal fees of $300,000, reported TMZ.

Berry and Aubry reached their first custody agreement in 2012 in which they agreed to share custody of Nahla. At the time, the judge blocked Berry from moving Nahla to France with her now husband Olivier Martinez.

After dating since 2006, Berry and Aubry welcomed Nahla in 2008. They split two years later in April 2010.