It hasn’t been pretty, but it looks like the bitter battle over three-year-old daughter Nahla has ended amicably for these former lovers.
]]>Halle Berry and Gabriel Aubry have reached a conclusion to their custody
case, and the actress is opening up for the very first time regarding
“When there’s a child involved, it’s a relief when you can resolve
things in a good way,” she tells Extra. “Our issues were never about
fighting for her. We both know a child needs both her parents. But what I
want to say about it is sometimes, as a couple, you reach an impasse.
We need a court and a judge to help us work out some of the delicate
issues, and I’m so happy we’ve arrived at that place — because for her
sake, this is the best way. We both love her more than life.”
She’s singing a much different tune than just a few months ago, when she
acknowledged “serious concerns for her daughter’s well being” regarding
Aubry’s parenting skills.
Though the judge ultimately ruled in Barry’s favor, there were still
casualties along the way. The actress missed out on a role in the Garry
Marshall helmed “New Years Eve” (which she later rejoined in a smaller
capacity), in addition to dropping what was supposed to be her Broadway
debut in “The Mountaintop.”