On Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2012 it was reported that the reason a judge granted Halle Berry’s ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry a restraining order against the actress’ fiance is because it was warranted.
That’s due to Aubry telling the judge that a death threat was made against him in addition to the bodily harm he sustained in the altercation the day before with Martinez.
Actor Olivier Martinez, Berry’s fiance, is alleged to have threatened to kill her former boyfriend Gabriel Aubry if he did not agree to allow Halle to take her and Aubry’s daughter to Paris when they move.
According to Aubry, the threat made against his life occurred one day prior to his beating, when all three parties were in attendance at Berry and Aubry’s daughter’s school
The tense joint custodial battle between Berry and Aubry recently ended on Nov. 9, when a judge refused to award Berry sole custody, so she could make the move to Paris.
Tensions about the proceedings outcome finally escalated on Thanksgiving Day, when Aubry came to the star’s home to bring their 4-year-old daughter for a visit with her mother, ABC News reported.
He says he did not say or provoke the beating he received at the hands of Halle’s fiance, which left him bruised and with a broken rib. However, police arrested him anyway, as he was on her property at the time of the incident.
Now Gabriel Aubry is telling authorities that Halle Berry’s fiance, Olivier Martinez, told him that “You cost us $3 million,” as he punched him in the driveway of Berry’s home.
The arrest information by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department in the matter is found under Gabriel Aubry’s booking number 3377974, which lists the star’s former boyfriend as 37 years old, with a birth date of Aug. 30, 1975. It also says he stands 6-feet, 2-inches tall and weighs 180 pounds.
The Aubry booking report shows that the altercation occurred around 10:15 p.m. on Nov. 22, with the LAPD Hollywood Division (4206 arrest agency) responding to the scene.
The police report also includes his booking time of 3:47 a.m., more than five hours after police were called to the domestic violence disturbance, and he was released from the booking location of 4273 on a $20,000.00 bail at 6:25 a.m. the following morning.
The judge in the case is expected to review the matter further on Dec. 17, according to ABC News, when he will decide if Martinez is enough of a threat to the father of Halle’s daughter to warrant extending the restraining order for a total of three years.
However, according to the LAPD Inmate Information Center, the next court date for Gabriel Aubry will be at 8:30 a.m. on Dec. 13.
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