Gabriel Aubrey Says He Never Covered His Kid’s Hair In Straightening Chemicals, So Halle Can Chill Out

December 5, 2014 / Posted by:

It’s time once again to check in with the crazy drama-loving loose cannon former couple that is Gabriel Aubry and Halle Berry (cut to me 36 years from now writing “And here’s what Gabriel Aubry and Halle Berry are fighting over this week“, because you know these two crazies will still be making life messy for each other well into their tea-on-the-lanai years). Last month, Halle pulled some CSI Lifetime shit by lab testing hair she yanked out of a hairbrush and dragging Gabriel into court to accuse him of dying and chemically straightening the hair of their 6-year-old daughter Nahla.

Gabriel denied it, as well as denying he was trying to make Nahla “more white” (one of Halle’s many accusations), and now TMZ is saying that Gabriel was telling the truth. They’ve learned – from an anonymous source named “Uh…not Gabriel Aubry“, I assume – that Gabriel never used chemicals to straighten Nahla’s hair, and any time you see Nahla with straight-ish hair, like in theseĀ recent pictures where she’s having dinner with a Dickensian street urchin who looks like her father, he wants you to know it was done with the help of a brush and a blow dryer. TMZ also says that Gabriel thinks Halle is being ridiculous and is just creating drama to keep their custody war going. Meanwhile, cut to Nahla up in her room searching “Emancipation from parents – how to do?” on her LeapPad.

Ugh, THESE TWO. They’ll truly fight over everything. Now that Gabriel admitted that he uses a hair dryer on Nahla’s head, you know Halle is going to inspect her hair with a magnifying glass and haul him back into court to accuse him of giving their daughter split ends.

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