In the thriller "Dark Tide," Halle Berry stars as a former shark expert haunted by the memory of an attack. But when a millionaire thrill-seeker pays her big money to take him to the world's deadliest feeding ground -- Shark Alley -- she has to overcome her fears. The film also stars Berry's real-life love, Olivier Martinez.
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A judge ruled in Halle Berry's favor in her ongoing custody battle with her ex, Gabriel Aubry -- who is now required to have his visits with three-year-old Nahla be supervised.
According to RadarOnline, the judge also ruled that Aubry is not allowed to have any overnight stays with Nahla.
Actress Halle Berry reportedly has two stalkers; Richard Franco, a man who previously trespassed on Berry's property, and Robert Hoskins, the mental hospital escapee who once served 10 years in prison for stalking Madonna.
Franco, 27, was released on Jan. 21 after serving 193 days in L.A. County jail for felony stalking and burglary. Franco is required to stay 100 yards from Berry and Nahla.
Halle Berry's decision to move out of the country is reportedly a life-threatening one. TMZ says Berry wants to relocate to France because of death threats she received from Robert Hoskins, a mentally unstable man, who escaped from a mental institution last week. (Hoskins is not to be confused with the other stalker who was recently released from jail.)
Hoskins allegedly threatened to "slit her throat." Hoskins, who was once obsessed with Madonna, was shot by her bodyguard when he trespassed onto the pop star's property.
A judge has issued a ruling in the custody war between Halle Berry and Gabriel Aubry.
According to TMZ, Aubry will not lose custody of the couple's 3-year-old daughter Nahla while he's being investigated for child endangerment.
"Lifechangers" host and addiction specialist Dr. Drew Pinsky expressed his concern over Demi Moore and her recent health crisis involving substance abuse - which reportedly included smoking an incense-like substance.
Various media outlets reported Moore, who experienced "convulsions," was most likely smoking K2, an illegal herbal incense laced with powerful drugs. Dr. Drew explained, "It's terribly dangerous and a seizure is a common manifestation of its use."
Halle Berry's custody case involving her ex, Gabriel Aubry, has taken a new turn. According to TMZ, the L.A. County Dept. of Children and Family Services has recommended Berry and Aubry's 3-year-old daughter, Nahla, be sent to counseling.
Although Halle has not been charged with mistreating her daughter, the nanny claimed Gabriel "screams at the child and even violently yanked Nahla out of her arms." The nanny also claimed Gabriel pushed her while she was holding Nahla -- and she ended up calling the police. The nanny said she was injured, and the incident prompted a criminal child endangerment investigation involving Aubry.