Halle Berry and Gabriel Aubry met representatives of the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services on Friday. Afterwards, Aubry agreed to take anger management classes as recommended by the DCFS.
A law enforcement agent said,
“Gabriel has a little bit of a temper, but the good news is that he realizes it.”
The investigation came out of allegations by the former couple’s nanny that Gabriel allegedly pushed her while she was holding Nahla. Gabriel insisted to social workers that he never touched the nanny and she was making the story up to get in Halle’s good books.
No changes to Nahla’s custody arrangements were recommended by the DCFS. that will be left to the judge on Monday morning, when Halle and Gabriel face each other again in court.
That court date is part of a criminal investigation focusing on child endangerment and battery. Law enforcement sources are confident Gabriel will not be prosecuted because it is just the nanny’s word against his. When the matter is referred to the L.A. City Attorney next week it is expected that the Office will decline to prosecute.