After a two year court battle, Jennifer Hudson has finally reached a custody agreement with ex-fiancé David Otunga.
The former American Idol finalist, 37, and the former professional wrestler, 39, began a custody battle over their son David Jr, nine, nearly two years ago.
According to the Chicago Tribune, the pair reached their agreement on Tuesday.
The couple were together for nearly a decade, from 2008 to 2017.
In November 2017, Hudson filed for an emergency protection order, after she claimed David pushed her while holding their son. A temporary order was granted, though she later dropped the request. But Otunga vehemently denied the allegations.
Jennifer previously accused David of making their son scan the room with an iPad to see if there were men with her. The ‘Spotlight’ singer also alleged that he kept a gun in their home in a bid to “intimidate her.”
Following a police investigation, he was cleared of any crimes.
David’s attorney claimed Hudson had “decided to file a meritless Petition for Order of Protection in an effort to gain an unfair advantage in the custody dispute.”
The Oscar-winning actress also claimed in court documents that her former partner took their son out of school and left town without alerting her.
In response, David produced text messages he sent to Jennifer at the time in which he mentioned taking their son out of school for an event.
Hudson allegedly replied, “Ok thank u for keeping me posted.”
Later in 2017, Jennifer and David signed a gag order preventing them from speaking publicly about the custody case.
But the custody battle has dragged on, with Otunga and The Voice judge filing various motions against one another.
They have accused each other of playing “legal games.”
Both Otunga and Hudson started their careers on reality competitions.
Hudson placed seventh on Fox’s American Idol in 2004 and Otunga placed third on VH1’s I Love New York 2 in 2007.
The new Chicago Tribune reports the details of their new custody arrangement have been kept secret.