As lawyers for Halle Berry and Gabriel Aubry square off in their bitter custody battle of their 4-year-old daughter, Nahla, the child custody report recommends that the little girl "shouldn't be separated from her father," and that will weigh heavily on the judge who will decide if the Academy Award winning actress will be allowed to move to France with Nahla, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
"The child custody report makes it perfectly clear that any move that would remove Gabriel from being an active presence in Nahla's life will be bad for the little girl. Furthermore, the report says that Nahla shouldn't be separated from her father. Gabriel is Nahla's father, and he is a huge part of his life,” a source close to the situation tells us.
“The child custody report takes both Halle and Gabriel to task for not being able to put aside their personal issues for the sake of their little girl. The evaluator also expressed concerns about this being Halle's third marriage to French actor and citizen, Olivier Martinez. Olivier and Nahla have a very close relationship, and he truly adores the little girl," the insider adds.
The trial is expected to last at least "another ten full days. Both Gabriel, Halle, and her fiance, Martinez will be testifying, and so will the custody evaluator, along with various child psychiatrists and developmental specialists," the insider says.
Calls seeking comment to Berry's rep weren't immediately returned.
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