Pop star Britney Spears has reached a settlement in her divorce from her husband, former backup dancer Kevin Federline, People magazine said on Thursday on its Web site.
Terms were not disclosed.
"The parties signed a global settlement on all issues of their marriage and the custody of the children," a spokesman for Federline's attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan told People.
Spears, who left a rehab center last week after a month of treatment for undisclosed issues, filed for divorce from second husband Federline in November after two years of marriage and two children.
A judge would have to approve the settlement for the divorce to become final.
Spears and Federline's representatives were not immediately available for comment.