December 16, 2005 03:05:23 GMT
Kim Basinger and Alec Baldwin's epic two year custody battle for their daughter has come to an apparent end after a hearing in a Los Angeles court
The long going custody battle happened between Kim Basinger and Alec Baldwin finally came to an end following a hearing in a Los Angeles court. Back then to the root of the battle, the couple has been involved in the on/off court feud since January last year, fighting for the custody battle over their 10-year-old daughter Ireland.
Baldwin got Basinger back into court last month claiming she violated a court-imposed custody order this summer. Moreover, the actor also accused Basinger of turning his daughter into a spy, claiming the girl called her mother too often when visiting him in order to turn in "reports" on his actions. Apparently, Baldwin has allegedly spent over $1 million fighting the case.
Despite the undisclosed details of the hearing, Basinger's lawyer Neal Hersh said, "Kim is respectful of what the judge did. We're hopeful this will be the end of it." Meanwhile, an attorney for Baldwin, who did not attend the court meeting, simply commented, "(Baldwin) has a right to parent his daughter. When he comes to court, it's because he feels it's an important issue that needs attention."