Halle Berry

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Almost five hours after her case was scheduled to be called, Halle Berry arrived to the courtroom around 2:30 p.m. for the latest in her nasty custody battle with ex Gabriel Aubry.

Berry is trying to keep Aubry from having visitation rights with their daughter, Nahla, in the wake of an alleged incident between Aubry and Berry's nanny.

So how'd the court date go?

Berry hobbled in on crutches wearing a black pinstripe blazer and dark green blouse and conspicuously wielding the green-stone gold (supposed engagement) ring given to her by current beau (fiancé?) Olivier Martinez.

Aubry, in a navy blazer, white shirt and dark jeans, arrived with his own team of lawyers.

The sparring exes spent roughly 90 minutes in a private session in front of Judge Mark Juhas.

Aubry, 36, was the first out of the courtroom, speed walking with his legal team out the court hallway.

Berry, 45, left the session with a smile and hugged friends by the elevator.

During the earlier sessions, Aubry fiddled with his iPhone in the back row of the courtroom as the judge cleared the docket of cases so Berry could arrive to an empty courtroom.

Neither Berry nor Aubry would comment to reporters. Likewise, their respective lawyers remained mum amid reports in TMZ and Radar Online that the two would be ordered to take classes by Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services and that Aubry would also have to submit to an anger-management course.

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