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Halle Berry's Ex Gabriel Aubry Fights Childs Abuse Claims

Gabriel Aubry has been formally questioned by the Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services in light of Halle Berry’s child abuse claims brought on by her nanny after she was allegedly pushed into a wall.

Gabriel and Alliance Kamden, the nanny, got into a verbal argument turned physical altercation (according to Alliance) because no one alerted her that Nahla didn’t go to school last Wednesday.

POPULARCRITIC told you earlier this week about Kamden’s accusations that Gabriel pushed her while she was holding Halle’s three-year-old daughter, Nahla. The tot’s father allegedly was enraged because Alliance waltzed in and grabbed Nahla without consulting him first.

That push was the final straw for Alliance and she filed a restraining order against Gabriel, citing he had made previous scathing remarks towards her as well.

But the former model is denying that push claiming she “tripped” and that’s how she fell. A judge touted Kamden’s allegation for a restraining order “insufficient and speculative”—denying the motion for issuing an order.

According to RadarOnline, Gabriel was nervous as the social workers conducted their comprehensive interview.

“These are very serious allegations and Gabriel was obviously very nervous,” a source said.

Since the model and Halle has broken up, herd of complaints about his fathering skills is beginning to make him feel he’s in a “police state” when it comes to his daughter. Understandably so, Halle also tried to get his father privileges completely revoked earlier this week too, but the judge didn’t side with the actress.

‘He is a doting and loving father and extremely attentive to Nahla. His daughter wasn’t present when the interview took place. The investigation will remain open at this point, but it’s not uncommon at all for officials to keep an investigation open out of an abundance of caution to ensure the safety of the child,’ according to a source.

Hopefully Halle and Gabriel can come to an agreement beyond the court for the sake of their daughter.

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