A judge rules, after the Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services concluded its investigation on Gabriel Aubry, that his visitation with toddler daughter must be supervised.
Halle Berry has reportedly scored a big win in her latest custody battle against Gabriel Aubry. A few weeks after the "Dark Tide" actress took the Canadian model to court over child endangerment allegation, a judge ruled that her ex-boyfriend can no longer see their 3-year-old daughter, Nahla, without supervision, Radar Online reported.
According to the gossip site, the judge also ruled on Friday, February 10, that Aubry will not be allowed any overnight stays. The decision was made after the Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services completed its investigation into claims that the 36-year-old pushed Nahla's nanny out the door while she was holding the child.
Report of Aubry being ordered to supervise visits came shortly after Berry filed paperwork in family court for a permission to move to France with Nahla. It was said that she made the request out of fear for her life and that of her daughter because Robert Hoskins, the man who has made threat to slit her throat, has escaped from a mental institution.
Just hours after asking for help to find Hoskins, police announced that they have captured the man. In a statement, the authorities said that the mental patient, who was convicted of threatening to kill Madonna, was apprehended shortly before 9 A.M. in Long Beach, about eight miles away from the Metropolitan State Hospital in Norwalk.