Halle Berry Tells Judge U.S. Paparazzi Unsafe for Daughter

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Better times when Nahla was a babyIn order to win the right to take her daughter to France to live—against the objections of the girl’s father—all Halle Berry has to do is convince a judge that the paparazzi in the United States pose a danger to her child.

That’s the case she’s expected to make in the custody hearing she had before the judge in her battle with four-year-old Nahla’s father, model Gabriel Aubry.

TMZ spoke with several paparazzi agencies and discovered that Halle’s lawyer, Stephen Kolodny, has been hunting down video showing her being terrorized by overly aggressive photographers trying to get a high-paying shot.

According to TMZ, the trial will be a sort of “video presentation” that will include the incident when she had to call the police in Beverly Hill so she could get out of a restaurant with her daughter.

Earlier this year, a judge ordered Halle to pay Aubry $20,000 a month in child support, even though Nahla loves with her mother. Aubry wanted the large sum—which works out to a quarter of a million dollars a year—so that he can acquire surroundings that will keep Nahla in the setting to which she has become accustomed, and also so that he can regularly bring her to Canada to see his family.

Berry, who wants to move to Paris with fiance Olivier Martinez and has even shopped for schools in Paris, is assured of having more of a safe buffer in Paris, where the paparazzi operate by a different set of rules.

 

 

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