In the clear: Gabriel Aubry's child endangerment court case dropped
By Laura Schreffler
The child endangerment investigation into Gabriel Aubry has been dropped by authorities.
The Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services were investigating claims the French-Canadian model had mistreated his three-year-old Nahla, from his relationship with ex-girlfriend Halle Berry.
Happy days: The dependency court case against Gabriel Aubry was officially dropped today
The 36-year-old is said to be 'thrilled' with the court's decision.
A thorough investigation found that there was no basis for claims of abuse when he entered an LA courthouse this morning, it was reported today.
A source told RadarOnline: 'Social workers conducted an exhaustive investigation and interviewed Gabriel, Halle, and other people in Nahla's life.
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'CPS concluded that Gabriel has done absolutely nothing ever to endanger the welfare of Nahla. The report also recommends that Gabriel no longer be required to have supervised visitation.
'The judge in dependency court will have to sign off on this but this is a huge win for Gabe, as he has always maintained that he has done nothing wrong.
'Gabriel has only been a loving parent to Nahla and he is thrilled that CPS recognizes that. He is hopeful that the judge in dependency court will formally sign off on closing the investigation.'
There was concern that Aubry was a bad father after the nanny who worked for the former couple alleged that he pushed her while she was holding Nahla.
Perhaps because of this, a judge recently ruled that Aubry's visits with Nahla would have to be supervised and that he wasn't allowed overnight visits with his daughter.
It emerged earlier this week that Halle was stepping up her custody battle with her former love by sacking respected lawyer Neil Hersh in favour of legal pitbull Stephen Kolodny.
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Halle is fighting so she can move to France with her actor fiancé Olivier Martinez; she plans on taking Nahla with her.
A source revealed: 'Halle was unhappy that the family law judge hasn't made a ruling about her request to move to France.
'The judge has indicated that more time is needed and more information needs to be gathered before a ruling is made.
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'Neither Gabe nor his lawyer are scared or intimidated by Stephen.
'Gabe thinks this will help his case, because he thinks it shows how desperate and impatient she is.'
According to RadarOnline.com, Gabriel's friends want him to strike back and redeem his reputation by writing a tell all book.
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The source said: 'From what I can tell, Halle has to be in control at all times, period
'It's the reason that they broke up, because he just couldn't handle being under her thumb like that. Gabe feels that relationships are about treating each other equally, but it seems that in Halle's romantic relationships, this isn't the case.
'Gabe's friends want the world to know the real Halle Berry.'
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