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Gabriel Aubry allowed to see Nahla again

28 November 2012, 13:16

Los Angeles - The temporary emergency protection order against Gabriel Aubry has been lifted, reports RadarOnline.

The Canadian model was banned from seeing his four-year-old daughter Nahla following a brawl on 22 November with Halle Berry's fiancé Olivier Martinez. A judge ruled on Tuesday to remove the current court order against Gabriel.

According to RadarOnline the court said: "[Gabriel] will be allowed to resume visitation with Nahla, with unspecified precautions in place to protect her safety."

The ruling comes after it was revealed Gabriel is seeking a restraining order against Olivier, preventing him from having any contact with Nahla.

"Gabriel will ask the judge to prohibit Martinez from having any contact with Nahla," a source told RadarOnline.

"Gabriel believes that the judge will be disturbed by the fact that Olivier suddenly inserted himself into the custody hand off on Thursday. Halle's nanny/housekeeper is supposed to be the go-between for the parents when Gabe picks up and drops off Nahla."

Nahla felt 'scared'

While the model was originally arrested for battery after it was claimed he started the vicious fight, new court documents revealing the extent of Gabriel's injuries, allege Olivier attacked him.

He has asked police to secure security footage from Halle's house which he believes will exonerate him, before it can be destroyed.

The court documents also claim Nahla said she was "scared" of the French actor.

"I remember thinking that is was odd for [Olivier] to be there, as he is generally not present during custody transition. Nahla was in the backseat on the passenger side, and suddenly exclaimed, 'Olivier is here. I'm scared.' I recall thinking it was strange for Nahla to have said that and was concerned by it," Gabriel wrote in a statement.

"I saw Miriam (nanny/houskeeper) then come outside towards my car, at which point Nahla became visibly upset and anxious, but I did not know why. I tried to reassure and calm Nahla and told her it was ok."

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