After an investigation by Los Angeles Department of Children & Family Services, social workers recommended that no changes be made in the current custody agreement between Halle Berry & Gabriel Aubry. The judge presiding over their custody case appears likely to concur and not grant Halle’s request for a restraining order and/or monitored visitation, according to RadarOnline.com.
A source revealed to RadarOnline:
“Social workers recommended that absolutely no changes be made in the current custody agreement, which the judge gives tremendous weight and consideration to. 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.”
Gabriel is still under criminal investigation for battery and child endangerment but at least he’s still able to see his 3-year-old daughter, Nahla.
The nanny filed charges against Gabriel after she says he yelled and pushed her out of a door while she was holding Nahla in her arms. Gabriel has denied that he pushed her.
Halle and Gabriel have been recommended to attend parent classes together in hopes of being able to work their differences out to become better parents for Nahla.