Halle Berry 'advised against France move'
Halle Berry's legal team reportedly advised her not to pursue her desire to move to France at this time.
The Oscar winning actress is currently embroiled in a custody dispute with ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry over their thee-year-old daughter Nahla.
A judge recently ruled that Gabriel has to have supervised visitation with Nahla and can't have overnight stays. This came after Halle's nanny claimed that she was attacked by Gabriel although he strenuously denied it and he was not charged.
But RadarOnline says Halle went ahead with her petition to move to her boyfriend Olivier Martinez's native country which has so far been denied. She also recently parted ways with her long-time attorney and hired a new pitbull lawyer.
"The fact is that Halle just didn't want to listen to the advice she was being given about not pursuing a move to France with Nahla right now," the insider said.
"Halle just can't understand why it would take so long for the judge to decide, but this is a drastic move to a foreign country. Halle was told to wait six months and perhaps as a result of the parenting classes that both Gabe and Halle are taking right now, they might be able to work out a new custody agreement without having to go to court.
"Halle absolutely didn't want to wait though, she is a very determined person. The judge has indicated that absolutely no ruling will be made for at least six to nine months, and that will be after the psychologists, Nahla's court appointed lawyer and the custody evaluator submit their reports."
The 45-year-old apparently feels unsafe in Los Angeles because of the attention she receives from stalkers and the paparazzi.
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