Halle Berry accused ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry of incest and racism during nasty custody battle, reveal court documents
Halle Berry made several shocking allegations against her former partner Gabriel Aubry in some 2011 legal documents during their custody battle.
Halle Berry has made shocking claims about her ex Gabriel Aubry and has accused him of incest, racism, and emotional abuse as they fought over the custody of their daughter Nahla.
As per documents obtained by Radar.com, Berry had made these claims in explosive legal documents from the 2011 case. 53-year-old Berry and Aubry, 43, had been in a nasty custody battle over their daughter after they split up in 2010. The pair had started dating in 2005 and had welcomed their daughter, Nahla, three years later in 2008.
Berry claimed that Aubry had used racial slurs to abuse her during their relationship and refused to see their daughter as biracial. She also spoke about his past sexual relationship with a member of his family and shared how the emotional damage from that ruined her sex life with Aubry.
According to the documents, Berry had written, "After the first six months of our relationship, our sex life diminished and after one year we had sex less than three times per year". Berry added that Aubry had not dealt with any of the issues that they had. "[Gabriel] refused to either recognize or accept responsibility for these issues. Instead, he criticized my body in ways which are very demeaning to women … I finally convinced [him] to go to a joint therapist to address these issues," Berry had revealed.
She also accused her ex of having mental health issues and suggested that he was not fit to be a parent to Nahla. She claimed that he suffered from depression and social anxiety but would not seek any treatment for the same. This also played a part in the couple's decision to split up.
The 2011 custody battle had been centered around the fact that Berry was wanting to relocate to France with Nahla so she could live with her then-boyfriend Olivier Martinez. Aubry had claimed that this would interfere with their joint custody agreement. A judge had later denied Berry's request to move in 2012.