Melanie "Mel B" Brown and Stephen Belafonte have reportedly struck a deal to settle their bitter divorce battle, with the latter vowing to destroy "any sex tapes" of the Spice Girls singer.

According to court documents obtained by TMZ, the couple agreed to a deal on 8 November, with the movie producer receiving "spousal support for the next three years" but the amount has not been disclosed in the court papers.

The report goes on to say that the former couple will not pay child support, instead will "share joint legal custody" of their 6-year-old daughter Madison.

The duo has also agreed to Belafonte accessing the family house to collect his personal belongings before they sell the property and split the profits among themselves.

According to The Sun, the two have reached an agreement that will see Belafonte get £6.5m ($8.7m), with sources telling the publication that Mel B will be paying the amount to her former husband. Belafonte will receive £3m in three years and another £3.5m from the sale of their house.

"Mel is giving him a lot less than people think," a source told the publication. "Her lawyers got him locked down to destroy the explicit videos, which he claimed showed her engage in sexual acts allegedly under the influence of drugs and alcohol. Should he ever break that deal, he would be on the line for millions."

While a judge is yet to sign the former couple's reported divorce settle deal, it seems the duo is ready to end their eight months of court drama that saw Mel B withdrawing her domestic violence restraining order against Belafonte earlier this month.

In March, Mel B revealed she was divorcing Belafonte, citing "irreconcilable differences" as the reason to end their 10-year marriage. However, she later filed for a restraining order, alleging that her former husband was physically abusive, pressured her into threesomes with other women and even impregnated their nanny.