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Was Nahla 'Traumatized' by Daddy?

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In the ongoing custody battle between Halle Berry and Gabriel Aubry, a source has come forward to tell People.com that Berry became alarmed just before the holidays -- when Aubry came to pick daughter Nahla up for a visit and Nahla became hysterical.

Nahla, Halle Berry

"She was crying and kicking and screaming," claims a source. "She was hanging onto her mother's legs so she didn't have to go." Nahla was forced into the car, causing Berry to be extremely upset.

Another source close to Berry says similar scenarios played out, include one in which Nahla appeared "traumatized."

A rep for Berry had no comment on the claims, per People.com.

Momlogic wants to know -- as a single mother, has there been a heightened moment of worry when your children resisted spending time with their father? How did you respond?


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4 comments so far | Post a comment now
zandhmom February 4, 2011, 4:13 PM

I think this is all fake. A lot of children have separation anxiety when they are young like that. I think Halle is setting this up for her fight with the father for how much time he can have with her. I find it appalling considering how many children out there have fathers who want nothing to do with them and here you have a father who very much wants to be with his kid and an ex-g/f who is being selfish about it. All children if possible should have both parents in their life. The more people who love a child, the better for them.

chris February 5, 2011, 12:02 AM

it’s a matter oh how the kid’s parents bringing up of her. a kid who acts like that is someone who has some ADHD. on the other hand, that kind of act is normal to kids. they’re EGOCENTRICS around that age

Anonymous February 5, 2011, 6:50 PM

How very surprising, yet another article by momlogic that seeks to villify the father of a child. I would like to read an article every so often that shows a bit of appreciation towards fathers. They are just as important as mothers and deserve recognition for all the work they do. I’m willing to bet that this ‘source’ got a ‘reward’ for coming forward and that the ‘hysterics’ were induced in some way or heavily exaggerated.

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