As a multi-millionaire, Halle Berry can pretty much do whatever she wants. However, a judge denied the actress permission to do the one thing she wanted more than anything else.

One of the biggest requests Halle had in her bitter custody battle with ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry over their four-year-old daughter, Nahla, was to be able to move to France with their little girl, saying she feared for their life in LA. However, a judge ruled that the fear was bogus and that moving to France isn't happening, according to E! Online.

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Halle's fear for her safety wasn't totally unwarranted though, in her defense. She filed the petition to move to France at the beginning of the year after Richard Franco was convicted of stalking her last January and Robert Hoskins, who threatened to slit Halle's throat at one point, escaped from a mental institution last February. Franco has since been released from prison. "This person has invaded and trampled upon the most fundamental sense of security I have, and I am extremely frightened of him and what he might do to me and those I love," stated Halle in her criminal complaint.

On the plus side though, Gabriel will be able to be active and present as a father in Nahla's life...since, well, he isn't doing very much in general these days.

What do you think of the verdict?

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