Newly christened Warner Bros. co-president Jeff Robinov has reconciled with his estranged wife Nicole, individuals close to the couple told TheWrap.
Robinov’s wife of five years filed for divorce in June, and an ugly custody battle has been brewing over their two young children, India and Devan.
The couple’s lawyers have been slinging prenuptial agreements and documents demanding custody, but all that’s over now – the couple have decided to stay together.
Lucky for Robinov. The divorce petition could not have come at a more inconvenient time for the Warner's executive, just as he was elevated to the office of co-president, with Bruce Rosenblum and Kevin Tsujihara.
As media behemoths go, Time Warner is a particularly conservative one. The kind of laundry -- financial and other -- that gets aired during messy divorces is not the kind of information the corporation likes to see go public.
Divorce papers say that the decision to end the marriage came as a surprise, just a few weeks after they celebrated a fifth wedding anniversary. A former executive assistant at the studio, she filed citing "irreconcileable differences."
Jeff Robinov had no comment for this story. Lawyers for Nicole Robinov did not return a call seeking comment.