The Los Angeles County of Department of Children and Family Services is recommending that Halle Berry’s ex-boyfriend, Gabriel Aubry should have another adult present when he has custody of their three-year-old daughter, Nahla.
The trouble for Gabriel’s visitation rights occurred 2 weeks ago when the now former nanny to the estranged couple claimed that he pushed her while she was holding Nahla. Gabriel denies these claims but the judge in the case is advising a whole raft of counseling for Gabriel, Halle and Nahla, as well as parenting classes to enable them to co-parent the their little girl more effectively.
The nanny alleges that the pushing incident occurred after she went to pick Nahla up at school and she wasn’t there, so she went to Gabriel’s home. Gabriel and the nanny argued because she did not know that Nahla wasn’t in school that day, according to a source close to the former couple.
When the nanny piced up Nahla to leave, she alleges that Gabriel Aubry shoved her out the door so hard that she hit the wall, while she had Nahla in her arms. She filed a police report and Aubry is now being investigated for misdemeanor battery and child endangerment.
Social workers have recommended that Halle maintain primary custody of Nahla, but added a new recommendation for visitation, that Gabriel should not be alone with Nahla. That was how it worked until the pushing incident and the nanny leaving her job.
Gabriel is fighting the recommendation, which he feels is calculated to make the time he spends with his daughter uncomfortable.
A law enforcement source revealed that Gabriel Aubry is unlikely to be charged with any crime in relation to the police report the nanny filed. Meanwhile, maybe the parenting classes can help them both be more effective parents for Nahla.