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Oscar-winner Halle Berry is reportedly asking permission to relocate to France with her daughter, Nahla, and baby daddy Gabriel Aubry isn’t too happy about it, according to TMZ.

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TMZ reports:

Sources tell us Gabriel is livid because he believes the move is punitive and designed to strip him of any contact with his daughter. And Gabriel is particularly upset because Halle’s longtime boyfriend Olivier Martinez will be living with Halle and Nahla if the move is approved.

After Aubry and Berry split up in April of 2010, the custody battle began by the end of that year. Initially, Aubry filed for joint physical and legal custody of the child, but then Berry’s rep told People magazine that she had “serious concerns for her daughter’s well-being while in the care of her father for any extended period of time and is prepared to take all necessary steps to protect her.”

Aubry quickly answered back with a statement through his representative:

The fact is that Gabriel is a caring father who shares custody of Nahla. Gabriel fully believes that a consistent and balanced living situation and two loving parents are crucial for their child even if Ms. Berry feels otherwise,” the statement continues. “He will always defend his rights as a father and will always consider Nahla’s best interest. Halle’s continuing allegations in the press are untrue and irresponsible.

And this was just the start of accusations. Soon, it came out that Aubry allegedly called Berry the N-word and a “f*cking b*tch” during their relationship. The latest spat, though, came last month, when Aubry allegedly shoved the nanny after she showed up at his residence inquiring why the girl wasn’t at school.The nanny filed a report and Aubry later agreed to anger management classes.

Time will tell whether Berry will be allowed to move to France, but if Aubry has any say in the matter, it is likely she will not be allowed to.


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