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A US judge Tuesday declined to grant a restraining order requested by Halle Berry's former nanny, who claimed the actress's ex-boyfriend had pushed her and risked hurting the couple's daughter.
Alliance Kamdem claimed Gabriel Aubry pushed her into a door as she was holding the former couple's 46-month-old daughter Nahla during an alleged incident last week.
"I was terrified," Kamdem said in a sworn declaration. "The push was so forceful that that if there had not been a wall behind me to stop the force of my movement I would have fallen down with Nahla in my arms."
She claimed Aubry showed "irrational rage" from soon after she began caring for the child last June. "Within a week of the start of my employment, Mr. Aubry began becoming verbally abusive and aggressive toward me," she said.
"He would say things to me like, 'What are you doing here? You are a spy. You report everything I say. You're not even doing your job. Nahla doesn't like you, she doesn't want you here'."
Berry and Aubry both attended a closed court session Tuesday, in which the actress reportedly asked the judge to keep Aubry away from the toddler until an investigation is completed.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Scott Gordon delayed a decision until next Monday, when another judge who is overseeing the Berry-Aubry case returns from vacation.
Earlier this month People magazine reported that 45-year-old Berry is set to marry for a third time, after her French actor boyfriend Olivier Martinez popped the question.
Berry, famous for the "X-Men" movies and as a Bond girl in "Die Another Day," won a coveted best actress Oscar in 2002 for her turn in "Monster's Ball," the first such award to an African American actress.
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