Oscar-winning actress Halle Berry has requested that the court keep baby-daddy Gabriel Aubry from having any contact with their 3-year-old daughter, Nahla, until a full child endangerment investigation has been conducted. But it looks like Berry will have to wait until Monday (January 30) for the judge’s decision on the matter.
TMZ reports that Judge Scott Gordon has delayed the ruling in order to allow Judge Mark Juhas, who has been presiding over the case from the start, to return from vacation and make the decision as to whether or not Aubry should be prevented from having contact with Nahla.
The trouble began after an alleged scuffle with Nahla’s nanny. In the police report, the nanny claims that Gabriel pushed her into a door while she was holding Nahla. The incident sparked an investigation for both misdemeanor child endangerment and misdemeanor battery.
Child protective services also launched a child endangerment investigation, and recently visited Berry as part of the process.
According to sources, Judge Gordon did not put any emergency orders in place because he felt there are enough protections to keep Nahla safe through the weekend.