The 47 year-old actress has been ordered to pay her Canadian model ex-love a hefty sum of money to support their daughter, Nahla.
Parenthood is about to get much more expensive for Halle Berry.
On May 30th, the 47 year-old actress was ordered by a Los Angeles judge to pay ex-love Gabriel Aubry a whopping $16,000 a month in child support.
The pair, who currently share joint custody, are parents to a daughter, Nahla, 6, and Berry will have to maintain the monthly payment until she graduates from high school or turns 19 years-old.
This decision comes after a long and tumultuous custody battle, which included Aubry successfully denying Berry's request to move Nahla to France, with her new partner Olivier Martinez.
Things even became physical between Martinez and Aubry in 2012, which reportedly ended with one of the hunks getting knocked unconscious.
According to the court documents, obtained by E!News, the Oscar winner must give Aubry $115,000 in retroactive support and a further $300,000 in attorney's fees.
Berry is also funding the full tuition fees in order for Nahla's to attend private school, and half of her medical bills that will not be covered by their insurance.
Apart from their shared daughter, the 'X-Men' actress has little to do with Aubry and is now the mother of two other children with her actor husband, Martinez.
In fact, the happy couple, who tied the knot in July 2013, only just welcomed a son, Maceo, into the world this past October (2013).
They announced the pregnancy news back in April of that year, as their rep said "We can confirm that Halle Berry and Olivier Martinez are expecting a child. We will not be commenting on or confirming any additional details."
Halle Berry is now married to French actor Olivier Martinez