In yet another blow to Gabriel Aubry, on Monday (October 17), a Los Angeles judge ruled that the model’s visitation with his 3-year-old daughter, Nahla, must remain supervised by a third party.
Radar Online reports that Aubry’s original agreement with baby mama Halle Berry allowed him three hours of alone time with the tot, which could be spent at a park or carrying out another activity. For all other times, a nanny must be present; especially during overnight stays. Aubry sought to amend that agreement, but the judge, ruling in favor of Berry, denied his request.
A source close to the estranged couple tells Radar that Gabriel is furious about not being able to care for his daughter on his own, and claims that having a nanny around negatively impacts their relationship.
Currently, Aubry is in Majorca with Nahla and Halle as the actress films her latest project, Cloud Atlas.
As part of their custody agreement, Halle must arrange for Aubry’s accommodations while she is on location, allowing him to spend more time with his daughter.