Halle Berry’s Baby Daddy Got Beat Up By Her Fiance

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Halle Berry has been trying for years to get sole custody of her daughter Nahla that she had with male model Gabriel Aubry (seen above), and the whole process has basically proven what we pretty much already know: Bitches be crazy. So luckily for Halle, Custody Christmas came early when Aubry dropped Nahla off at Halle’s house and her new fiance, Oliver Martinez, was there. TMZ reports:

Gabriel Aubry was arrested Thanksgiving morning after a melee at Halle Berry’s house, which sent both Gabriel and Halle’s fiance Olivier Martinez to the hospital … TMZ has learned. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ … Gabriel showed up to Halle’s house with Nahla for a custodial hand-off. We’re told Gabriel was still in the motor court (a rich person’s word for a giant driveway) when Olivier walked up to him and said, “We have to move on.” According to witnesses, Gabriel then pushed Olivier and threw a punch at his face, but Olivier blocked it and the punch struck him in the shoulder instead. We’re told Gabriel then pushed Olivier to the ground, and Olivier cold-cocked him in the face, and a struggle ensued, ending with Olivier pinning Gabriel to the ground. In the struggle, Gabriel suffered a broken rib, contusions on his face, and possibly a more serious head injury. Olivier may have broken his hand and suffered neck injuries as well. There are conflicting accounts as to whether Gabriel was rendered unconscious in the fight. Police were called and Olivier made a citizen’s arrest for battery against Gabriel. Gabriel was escorted to the ER and, ironically, Olivier went to the same ER an hour later. The two were just down the hall from each other. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ … a judge has issued an emergency protective order, which requires Gabriel to stay 100 yards away from Halle, Olivier, and Nahla.

All I really took from this story is you’d probably have a harder time beating up a Build-A-Bear than you would a 6’2″ French model. If there was another point here, I’m pretty sure I missed it.