Halle Berry’s battered ex-boyfriend, Gabriel Aubry reunited with their daughter Nahla, 4, today after Halle, 46, and Aubry, 37, reached an amicable agreement in their contentious child custody battle.
X17online.com obtained photos of Aubry spending quality time with Nahla for the first time since his violent Thanksgiving day encounter with Halle’s fiance, Olivier Martinez, a trained boxer.
Halle Berry and her ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry have reached an “amicable” agreement following the violent Thanksgiving Day altercation involving Aubry and Halle’s fiance, Olivier Martinez.
Halle’s attorney Blair Berk and Gabriel’s attorney Shawn Holley were all smiles as they left court Thursday. Both sides agreed to drop their restraining orders against each other, TMZ reports.
Halle Berry’s ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry successfully obtained a restraining order against Berry’s current boyfriend, Olivier Martinez, after the Thanksgiving brawl that left Aubry with wicked facial injuries. Both men were treated for various injuries at a hospital. Aubry’s petition for the restraining order contained images of Aubry’s black eyes, lacerations and abrasions that Aubry claims he suffered at the hands of Martinez who made a citizen’s arrest on the former underwear model. Aubry says he was attacked by Martinez when he arrived at Berry’s Los Angeles home to drop off his daughter Nahla on November 22, 2012.
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Actress Halle Berry went back to court to apply for a temporary restraining order against her baby daddy Gabriel Aubry following the underwear model’s fisticuffs with her fiance, Olivier Martin.
The fist fight occurred on Thanksgiving day when Aubry arrived at Berry’s home to drop off Nahla. The two men reportedly exchanged words in French before Aubry battled in the driveway. It isn’t clear if little Nahla witnessed the knock-down, drag-out fight between the two men.
If the restraining order is granted, Aubry, 36, could lose joint custody of their daughter, Nahla, 4. The TRO could also pave the way for Berry, 46, to move with Nahla to France, where treatment for autistic children is more advanced than in the USA.