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Adrienne Maloof 'Very Happy' Judge Granted Paul Nassif Supervised Visitation Of Kids

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Sep. 26 2012, Published 7:30 a.m. ET

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By Jen Heger - Radar Assistant Managing Editor

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Adrienne Maloof is "very happy" that a judge granted supervised visitation of her three sons to estranged husband Dr. Paul Nassif in court Wednesday morning, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.

"Adrienne doesn't want Paul to have unmonitored visitation with their three sons because she is concerned about their well-being around their dad," a source close to the situation tells Radar. "The judge allowed Paul to have monitored supervision with their three sons on September 29. Adrienne will ask for that to be the norm going forward at the restraining order hearing, which is scheduled for October 6. Adrienne was granted a temporary restraining order last week over allegations of emotional and physical abuse that Paul allegedly inflicted on his family. Adrienne is very happy with the judge's decision in court today and will do whatever the judge asks of her and will follow his orders to the letter."

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Nassif went to court Wednesday in an attempt to get his visitation rights re-instated after Maloof obtained a temporary restraining order against him last week, which prohibited him from having any contact with his estranged wife and three kids. The Department of Children and Family Services conducted an investigation into the abuse allegations.

Nassif told the judge "All of the allegations are false and the children are not being harmed. Children should have both parents in their lives." Social workers found no evidence that Nassif physically or emotionally abused the boys.

The Beverly Hills plastic surgeon said he wants 50 percent custody of the boys, and the judge said those issues would be re-visited at the hearing on October 9 to determine if the temporary restraining order should be made permanent.

In the meantime, Nassif has been granted visitation rights for the next two Saturdays.

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