Halle Berry Loses Custody Dispute, Cannot Move Daughter Nahla to France: Report

Us Weekly
Halle Berry Loses Custody Dispute, Cannot Move Daughter Nahla to France: Report
.

View photo

Halle Berry Loses Custody Dispute, Cannot Move Daughter Nahla to France: Report

A Los Angeles judge has reportedly delivered a major blow to Halle Berry's hopes for daughter Nahla Aubry.

According to TMZ, Berry -- who wants to live in France full-time with fiance Olivier Martinez and her four-year-old with ex-Gabriel Aubry -- won't be able to move the pre-schooler overseas after all, per the judge's recent ruling.

PHOTOS: How Nahla Aubry has grown up

Despite their bitter, lengthy custody battle, TMZ also reports that the Cloud Atlas star's attempt to win permission to transplant Nahla was not a move intended to keep Aubry away from his daughter for good.

Instead, as she told InStyle's November issue, Berry, 46, believes France would be a better place to raise her daughter than Hollywood, because of its "appeal of privacy and a greater sense of safety."

PHOTOS: Halle Berry's age-defying style

"Because we are followed all the time, she is starting to feel like she is somehow special, and of course she is," Berry explained. "But I want her to understand that she's special because of who she is, not because she was born into this celebrity blender."

This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Halle Berry Loses Custody Dispute, Cannot Move Daughter Nahla to France: Report

View Comments