By Jen Heger - Radar Legal Editor
Halle Berry has been formally interviewed by the the LAPD after her nanny claimed that the Academy Award winning actresses' ex-boyfriend, and baby daddy, Gabriel Aubry, pushed her while she was holding their daughter, Nahla, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, the nanny says that last Wednesday she went to pick Nahla up at school and she wasn't there, so she went to Gabriel's home.
"Gabriel and the nanny got into an argument because no one alerted her that Nahla didn't go to school," a source told RadarOnline.com.
The source went on to claim that Aubry allegedly verbally abused the nanny, before things took a turn for the physical.
"She picked up Nahla to leave and Gabriel yelled at her and shoved her out the door so hard that she hit the wall -- while she had Nahla in her arms!" the source alleges, adding that the nanny claims the abuse is ongoing. The nanny filed a police report and Aubry is now being investigated for misdemeanor battery and child endangerment.
“Investigators interviewed Halle for about an hour. Even though she wasn't a witness to the event that occurred with the nanny and Gabriel, she has a very strong narrative about what the nanny had told her had been occurring over the past several months,” a source close to the situation tells RadarOnline.com. “Halle wanted law enforcement to have all relevant information. There is absolutely no love lost between Halle and Gabriel."
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Aubry has denied that he touched the nanny, and claims she tripped while holding Nahla. "Why in the world would Gabriel push the nanny causing her to fall while she was holding his daughter?” a source close to the situation asks.
“Gabriel is fiercely protective of Nahla. The nanny tripped, and she fell while holding Nahla. Yes, Gabriel and the nanny were arguing, he felt like his parenting skills were under attack again. Gabriel can't believe how out of control this situation has become. He is hopeful that criminal charges won't be filed against him.”
The battling parents are expected back in court on Monday, when it's anticipated Berry will formally ask a judge to strip Aubry of custody of Nahla pending the outcome of the criminal investigation.