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Halle Berry: Actress says she wants ‘normalcy’ for daughter
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Halle Berry says all she wants is a normal life for her daughter.
The Oscar-winning actress had hoped to move to France with 4-year-old Nahla and Miss Berry’s fiance, Oliver Martinez, but a judge in her custody dispute with Nahla’s father, Gabriel Aubry, prevented that last year.
Miss Berry said she’s now trying to figure out how to make life “more normal” for Nahla in the Los Angeles area, where they live.
“That’s all I really want, just normalcy for her,” Miss Berry said.
The actress called herself “resilient” and said she’ll figure it out.
Mr. Aubry and Miss Berry settled their bitter custody battle in November, soon after Mr. Aubry and Mr. Martinez got into a fight that left Mr. Aubry with a battered face and Mr. Martinez with a hand injury. Mr. Aubry was arrested but not prosecuted.
Miss Berry stars in the upcoming thriller “The Call.”
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