NEW YORK (AP) — Olympic skier Bode (BOH'-dee) Miller and former Marine Sara McKenna have reached a temporary truce in their custody fight over their 14-month-old son.
McKenna and the Sochi bronze medalist will share time with the toddler over the next four months.
Monday's agreement came shortly before both parents were to testify at a Manhattan Family Court hearing.
Miller declined to comment. McKenna says it's best the hearing will wait until more facts are gathered.
The case spurred concern among women's rights activists last year. A judge said McKenna had been "irresponsible" by moving while pregnant to New York from California.
Miller lives in California and claimed paternity there. McKenna moved to attend Columbia University.
A New York appellate court overturned that ruling. The dispute has been in both California and New York courts.
White House: Likely Iran Violated UN Sanctions With Missile Test, But They'll Uphold Nuclear Agreement | Katie Pavlich
Ruger Jumps Into Self Defense Ammo Market With Radical Bullet Design - Bearing Arms - Ammunition, ARX, Polycase, Ruger
- What Is Your U.S. Income Percentile Ranking?
Video: Bush ‘plant’ at Trump event?
Christopher Columbus’ Objective: FREE Trade Routes | Human Events
Politico: Hillary Clinton is Screwed | RedState
Rahm Emanuel blames 'fetal' police force for Chicago's rise in crime
Thomas Sowell - The 'Gun Control' Farce