These adults should be ashamed, they need to think of that poor child caught in the middle. You better believe her schoolmates will tell her of this. As I previously posted on another thread about this, Halle has a documented history of drama. I don't know the entire story and may never know, but for the sake of your child, grow up.
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There are pics of Gabriel post-drama and he looks AWFUL. Holy crap! I know that his health is the top priority, but that face. How could he allow that to happen to his gorgeous face? Doesn't he know that when you're gorgeous and you get into a fight you have to scream "Not my face! Not my face! Anywhere, but my face!"
I wish that the two of them could stop using the courts for every little thing and grow the F up. I feel sorry for the child. Her parents are clearly crazy. Both of them. She'll grow up as F'ed up in the head as the two of them for sure, which is a shame because I think they both come from broken families. You'd think that they'd try and find some peace for their own child, so she wouldn't have to endure unnecessary pain.
Gabriel Aubry repeatedly asked cops to secure security footage before it was destroyed, following the brutal fight he was involved in with Halle Berry's fiance Olivier Martinez on Thanksgiving, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
Radar was first to report on the existence of the footage, which was captured on Berry's security cameras at her property, and Aubry references it in his application for a restraining order against Martinez, which was granted on Monday.
"I told the officers that [Martinez] was the one who attacked me, and repeatedly told them to get the security tapes from Ms. Berry's security cameras before she and Mr. Martinez deleted them," the Canadian born model writes in his sworn declaration.
Also included in the TRO application are shocking photos showing Aubry's battered and bloody face, and his allegation that despite him being the one arrested, it was actually Martinez who started the altercation.
According to the sworn declaration within his TRO application, Gabriel took his daughter Nahla to her school play the day before Thanksgiving. Halle and Olivier also went and Aubry alleges that Olivier walked up to him and whispered in French in his ear: "I wish I could beat the s**t out of you right now. You're lucky we're in a school right now. We're going to take Nahla right now and you're not going to follow us."
The following day, Gabriel arrived at Halle’s home with Nahla around 10 a.m. Gabriel states in his declaration that contrary to their usual arrangement, Olivier was the first to come out of the door – stating that normally he is met by a nanny. Gabriel then claims in his TRO application that Olivier said: "We need to talk."
Gabriel goes on to allege that he turned his back on Olivier and walked towards his car. Gabriel then claims in the court documents that Olivier jumped off the stairs and knocked him to the ground before brutally beating him. Gabriel also claims in his sworn declaration that Olivier screamed that he has cost them $3 million in their custody battle.
Gabriel then claims in the court documents that Olivier took his head in his hands and slammed it on the concrete driveway and raged that the family was going to move to Paris and Gabriel should follow too or Olivier would kill him.
Then, Gabriel claims in his sworn declaration, Olivier said, "We called the cops," and when they arrive, "you’re going to tell them that you’re the one who attacked me, or I’m going to kill you."
I hope Gabriel tells the truth and the security camera footage will show everything. Of course I don't know who's the good one in this whole drama but I'd rather have Halle and Martinez be the evil ones
It would be very interesting if Aubry is telling the truth and it was Martinez who attacked him.
I did wonder because it was Aubry who came out of the fight much, much worse. Martinez just had a swollen hand (it might have been broken?) which indicates that he was the one throwing the punches. Aubry, however, has broken ribs and nasty facial injuries. Aren't broken ribs caused in bare-knuckle combat when someone falls to the ground and you kick them in the stomach? It sounds pretty nasty! You'd also need quite a fit of force/anger to break someone's ribs (especially if they're Aubry's height?) Even if Aubry did start the fight with Martinez, there's such thing as 'reasonable force' when you're defending yourself... There are also pictures of Aubry's knuckles that look as if he didn't throw any punches!
The main priority here is Nahla. I really hope that she didn't see the fight and that she's still able to see her Dad.
I agree that she didn't outright make him hit Olivier. I also don't believe that violence is ever a good idea, but at the same time I sympathize with him because I can understand how frustrating it must be to be put in this situation. He has just spent months in court because of Halle and her demands, so while she isn't responsible for his violent outburst she most definitely is at fault for his frustration. There is no harmony for their child because of her demands. It's always been Halle who has provoked their custody battle whether it's because she wants to take their kid to Paris permanently or to New York for a film. Show me a father who wouldn't be over his absolute boiling point over such provocation and I'll show you a father who doesn't care enough about his kid. It's laughable to me how often Halle plays the victim. It's never her fault that her personal life is one big soap opera right? Give me a break. I also don't think it's a coincidence that this little fight occurred just days after a judge ruled in Gabriel's favor. The princess didn't get what she wanted, so she probably asked her French Prince Charming to jump in where he wasn't needed.
Couldn't have put this better! Well said.
Oliver's father was a professional boxer, Robert Martinez, and he taught Oliver boxing, he was about to take the sport up before getting into acting, here he talks about it.
ďI had a good left hook ó but keep that a secret!Ē revealed Martinez in the write-up.
The 46-year-old Unfaithful star, who spoke with Ocean Drive Magazine for its menís issue in October, was taught to fight by his former professional boxer father Robert Martinez while growing up in Paris. And he almost took up the brutal sport for a living before turning to acting.
ďBoxing is the Ďnoble artí ó thatís the name of the game. Itís savage, but with rules, discipline, and a high sense of morality,Ē Martinez said in the inteview. ďAt times, it seems like society has no morality, so Iíve always liked boxing because it is hard, itís violent, but itís honest.Ē
Hmm, Aubrey's side of the story is quite interesting. If true, I'd never go anywhere Olivier could be without a wire again. Not to mention a bodyguard and a nanny (or perhaps child psychologist) in the entourage ...
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