Halle Berry has been planning on an international move to France, but the actress recently received some bad news - her daughter can't relocate abroad. The judge in Berry's custody case denied her request to bring her child. Gabriel Aubry, the 4-year-old's father, claimed that the move would make it impossible to see his daughter.
According to TMZ, Berry sought to relocate because the paparazzi culture had made life in Los Angeles too stressful and potentially dangerous. The actress claims that she was not trying to exclude Aubry from their daughter's life.
The judge's decision is only one of the many hurdles Berry must clear to complete her international relocation plans. While not every mover will be faced with custody trials, they'll have to clear customs, obtain visas and have their moves approved by their new home countries.
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