Halle Berry is going to court this morning, seeking an order prohibiting her baby daddy, Gabriel Aubry, from having any contact at all with their daughter Nahla (aged 3) until the child endangerment investigation against him is resolved.
The LAPD is conducting a criminal battery and child endangerment investigation after Gabriel allegedly pushed the nanny while she was holding Nahla. The nanny also alleges that he screamed a racist remark at her before he pushed her.
That led to the L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services conducting a child endangerment investigation.
Nanny Alliance Kamdem has told the cops that Gabriel repeatedly yelled and cursed at her, often while Nahla was present. Kamdem also says it got so bad that Gabriel would make her sit in a corner in his condo until he called for her.
Perhaps worse, Kamdem also claims Gabriel often yelled at Nahla, causing the child to cower and cry. And she told police that when Nahla had a rash he refused to seek treatment for it.
Kamdem quit her job as nany last week after Gabriel allegedly pushed her. But as Gabriel’s pointed out,
“Anyone can file a police report at any time, regardless of it being accurate.”
So let’s see what the judge makes of Halle Berry’s court appearance later today. One thing’s for sure: with warring parents, it’s usually the child that misses out, one way or another.