Halle Berry‘s ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry – father of her three year old daughter Nahla – had a judge rule in his favor today in the ongoing custody battle between the sparring couple. According to RadarOnline.com, social workers recommended that no changes be made in the current custody agreement between Berry and Aubry, and the judge is likely to refuse granting Berry’s request for a restraining order and/or monitored visitation.
The latest tussle is over allegations that Aubry pushed the nanny while holding the toddler and while he has denied the allegations, the Canadian model is now under criminal investigation for battery and child endangerment.
But today the Los Angeles Department of Children & Family Services ruled in Aubry’s favor. “Social workers recommended that absolutely no changes be made in the current custody agreement, which the judge gives tremendous weight and consideration to,” a source close to the situation said. “Halle and Gabriel essentially have joint custody of Nahla. DCFS found absolutely no basis to the claims that Gabriel physically assaulted the nanny, or has ever physically abused Nahla.
“There was nothing found to substantiate the nanny’s claims, and social workers felt that a restraining order that Halle was seeking wasn’t necessary, and would actually harm Nahla by keeping her from her father.”