Salma Hayek backs pal Halle Berry's France move to raise daughter Nahla
Salma Hayek has stepped forward to back Halle Berry's decision to move to France to raise her daughter, saying it is a safer place to raise celebrity kids.
The 'Monster's Ball' star wants to move her 4-year-old daughter, Nahla, to the Paris, but her former partner Gabriel Aubry is against her move.
Berry suffered a minor setback going into trial Thursday, but reportedly had a secret celebrity weapon locked and loaded in her battle to move her daughter to Paris.
According to a source, Hollywood pal Hayek submitted a confidential court declaration on her behalf, arguing that France is a safer place for celebrity spawn, the New York Daily News reported.
Hayek, 45, is married to French billionaire Francois-Henri Pinault, and she reportedly told the judge France has tougher paparazzi laws than the US - rules that make her feel much safer when she's out in public with daughter Valentina.