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Gabriel Aubry has lost to his ex-girlfriend in court once again.

The Canadian model was hoping a judge would lift the ruling that obligated a nanny to be present any time he was with he and Halle Berry's three-year old daughter, Nahla. The actress had opposed such a request.

Gabriel Aubry and Nahla

And a judge sided with the Oscar winner yesterday, upholding the original agreement between these exes for supervised visitation only. Sources tell TMZ Aubry is peeved over the outcome because he feels a lack of alone time is affecting his relationship with his child.

Berry also defeated Aubry in court this summer when a judge ruled she could bring Nahla with her on a movie shoot in Europe.

In June, Berry accused her ex of neglect. Court documents cited a specific incident in which Aubry allegedly placed the former couple's daughter in danger. No other details have been revealed.

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Halle Berry knows all about casts. But typically the actress is a part of them in multi-million dollar films, not donning one of them on the lower portion of her leg!

Unfortunately for the actress, though, (and for anyone forced to read that pun-heavy intro) the Oscar winner broke her foot on the set of latest film, Cloud Atlas. The accident took place in Spain, while Berry was "walking in Mallorca on a day off from filming," according to a statement by Warner Bros.

On Cloud Atlas Set

Adds the studio: "Production has adjusted their schedule and will continue filming."

This isn't the first time that shooting on this movie has caused a problem for Berry. She fought ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry in court over bringing their daughter with her to Europe and won.

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Halle Berry won a battle in court today with ex Gabriel Aubry. But, as this custody battle rages on, it's clear who the real loser will be: three-year old Nahla.

Sunny Day Out

Sources tell TMZ the former couple was in front of a judge because Berry will be leaving to film a movie in Europe and there was an issue over which parent gets to spend time with his/her daughter when Halle is working.

Berry won this round, meaning Nahla will be accompanying her mom overseas.

The issue is unrelated to a larger problem Berry has brought up to the court, however. She alleges that Aubry has imperiled the safety of their child. Many more hearings will unfortunately take place involving the family.

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Nice try, Richard A. Franco. But your Halle Berry stalking days are over.

The actress won her battle in court today, as a judge decreed that Franco - still jailed after his arrest earlier this month outside Berry's residence - must maintain a distance of at least 100 yards from Berry and her three-year-old daughter, Nahla, for at least three years.

Holding Nahla

Franco was spotted on three separated occasions during a weekend in July, with authorities finally apprehending him on the Oscar winner's property after her security team detained him.

He faces one count of felony stalking, as well as a first-degree residential burglary charge.

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Richard Franco has been arrested for allegedly trespassing on Halle Berry's property over the weekend, but the crazed fan entered a plea inside a Los Angeles courtroom yesterday and denied all charges. His attorney said Franco was not guilty of felony stalking.

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In response, the judge issued an unusual restraining order: he ordered Franco to stay at least 500 yards away from Berry, but did NOT make the same decree in regard to Halle's daughter, Nahla.

Don't worry, though, Nahla - who is at the center of a custody battle between Berry and Gabriel Aubry - is covered by a civil judge's temporary restraining order against Franco.

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Halle Berry is one of the most beautiful women on the planet. But, seriously Richard Franco, that doesn't give you an excuse to stalk the star.

This 27-year old has been arrested for trespassing on Berry's property. The idiot did it three times over the last three days, with police finally nabbing Franco around 11 p.m. last night.

Berry, Berry Beautiful

Law enforcement sources confirm to TMZ that Franco jumped over a wall at Berry's home yesterday, the third consecutive day he's tried to get close to the actress.

But Halle's private security team saw the incident unfold on camera, apprehended Franco and called the LAPD. Officers arrived and booked the crazed fan on suspicion of felony stalking.

UPDATE: Berry has filed for a restraining order against Franco, who has a slew of arrests on his record.

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Halle Berry called 911 twice this weekend, both times because a suspicious man was spotted on her property.

The first incident took place on Saturday, as police arrived at Berry's Los Angeles home after someone leaped over her home's protective wall and was lurking in the front yard. Guests ran out to confront him, but the intruder fled.

Play Time

A similar incident developed yesterday. Berry was actually at her kitchen window and spotted a man just staring at her, holding a book. Once again, though, the unwanted man was gone by the time cops - and even a helicopter! - answered Berry's call.

Many believe the man in question was a member of the paparazzi. (Berry, especially in light of her ongoing custody battle, is one of the most photographed celebrities in Hollywood.)

But the latest information has police worried it's an obsessed fan hoping for an autograph. We'll update this scary situation when more news becomes available.

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After a few weeks of rancor, it appeared in April as if Halle Berry and Gabriel Aubry had reached a truce in their battle over their three-year old daughter, Nahla. A custody agreement was signed.

But the actress was back in court today, claiming that Aubry violated said agreement and accusing the father of neglect.

Picking Up Nahla

Details are scant at the moment, but TMZ first broke the story of Berry submitting a lengthy complaint to a judge. It outlines all the ways in which Aubry - a Canadian model who split with the actress in May 2010 - supposedly violated the former couple's terms.

One incident overseas, where Aubry allegedly imperiled Nahla's safety, is specifically cited.

The judge has scheduled a hearing to hear more on the matter and we'll keep readers apprised as news breaks.

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It's turned out well for Glenn Close on Damages and Laura Linney on The Big C.

Now, Halle Berry is rumored to be the next major actress to jump from the world of movies to the world of television. Insiders say the Oscar winner may anchor an upcoming drama on HBO or Showtime.

An announcement could be made this week, but the show would be titled Higher Learning and would star Berry as a college professor.

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Need we even ask: would you watch a series with Halle Berry?

 

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Halle Berry and Gabriel Aubry were back in court today, but unlike previous before a judge, they left having nearly finalized a custody settlement.

In a sign that their custody battle may end, Judge Mark Juhas told Gabriel and his camp, "We're making huge progress. We need to stick with it."

Halle and her lawyers, Neal Hersh and Judy Bogen, went into chambers to talk with the judge. Before that, Gabriel and his lawyers did the same.

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A settlement conference over Nahla's custody and visitation is what brought them to court. The major stumbling block has been Halle's schedule.

This takes her out of town from time to time, obviously. From what happened this AM, it looks like Halle and Gabriel are on the verge of a truce.

That's a far cry from a few short months ago, when the two clashed publicly and harshly over not just custody, but their daughter's race.

Here's hoping this is settled amicably and quickly for her sake.

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