Paul Nassif Granted Supervised Visitation Rights In Nasty Divorce To Adrienne Maloof! Plus- Adrienne Responds!

Dr. Paul Nassif has finally caught a break in his nasty divorce turned custody battle with Real Housewives of Beverly Hills wife Adrienne Maloof. Paul had been accused of child abuse by his estranged wife and ordered to stay away from his three children, but now that the Department of Child and Family Services has completed their investigation of Paul and found no substantial evidence against him, and he is being reunited with his three boys.

A letter from DCFS stated that Adrienne’s child abuse claims were “unfounded.” The judge assigned, granted Paul two supervised visits with his sons which are scheduled to take place on September 29 and in October. Following that, they will proceed to their previously scheduled hearing where the judge will make a permanent decision.

“He is delighted and continues to hope that the children will be able to spend significant time with both parents and grow up and experience as normal a childhood as they can,” a friend of Paul’s told PEOPLE.

Adrienne’s rep claims the RHOBH Star is “comfortable with the court’s decision” and “happy that the kids are spending monitored time with their father,” another source is saying Adrienne will feel more comfortable when the supervised visits are made permanent.

“Adrienne doesn’t want Paul to have unmonitored visitation with their three sons because she is concerned about their well-being around their dad,” a source close to the situation tells RadarOnline. ”The judge allowed Paul to have monitored supervision with their three sons on September 29th. Adrienne will ask for that to be the norm going forward at the restraining order hearing.”

The 90210 couple will be back in court on October 9th, where Paul will fight for 50/50 custody of their children.

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