Director Guy Ritchie has been granted custody of his son Rocco after settling a court dispute with his ex-wife, singer Madonna.
Ritchie's lawyer, Peter Bronstein, says 16-year-old Rocco Ritchie will continue to live with his father in London.
Madonna was reportedly livid when Rocco, 16, insisted on living with his father, with Madonna alleging the Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels director was poisoning their son against her.
In December, a judge ruled that Rocco should return to his mother.
Madonna and Guy also share custody of a 10-year-old son, David, while the pop singer also has two daughters.
A lawyer for Madonna declined to comment.
Madonna, 58, and Ritchie, 47, have been in a legal battle over their son since December, when the teenager ignored a court order to fly back from Ritchie´s London home to live with his mother in NY.
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Judge Deborah Kaplan scolded both parties and told them to resolve their differences for the sake of Rocco. She went to court to force his return.
Madonna reunites with her son Rocco. The following month, they were spotted at an off-Broadway show in NY.
In March, at the High Court in London, Mr Justice MacDonald told the former couple that they risked ruining what was left of Rocco's childhood if they carried on feuding.
The judge also ruled that the English proceedings could be halted, paving the way for a potential agreement in the NY court.
Rocco was pictured enjoying a birthday break in Havana, Cuba, with Madonna in August.
A source shared: "She's been advised not to confront him with all her concerns, but to be relaxed and talk about other, "non-provocative" subjects".