Halle Berry and Gabriel Aubry met for hours Friday with representatives from the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services ... and social workers concluded Gabriel needed to work on his anger issues ... law enforcement sources tell TMZ.
We're told DCFS recommended that Gabriel take anger management classes and our sources say he agreed to enroll.
As one law enforcement source told us who is connected to the case, "Gabriel has a little bit of a temper, but the good news is that he realizes it."
The recommendation stems from an incident earlier this month in which Gabriel allegedly pushed the nanny while she was holding Nahla. Our sources say Gabriel told social workers he never touched the nanny and she was making the story up to curry favor with Halle.
Our sources say DCFS is not making any recommendations on changing the custody arrangement. That will be left to the judge on Monday morning ... when Halle and Gabriel square off
again in court.
As we first reported ... there's also a criminal investigation focusing on child endangerment and battery. Our law enforcement sources tell us they are confident Gabriel will NOT be prosecuted because it's a "he said she said" case. We're told the matter will be referred to the L.A. City Attorney next week but it's expected the Office will decline to prosecute.
Agrees to Anger Management
1/28/2012 6:00 AM PST BY TMZ STAFF
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