Brad and Angelina's custody battle

The custody battle of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie is not coming to an end.

Apr 28, 2022 - 16:54
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Brad and Angelina's custody battle

The relationship between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie attracted huge amounts of media and public attention from the very beginning. This is understandable, firstly because these are two people who are among the most famous on the planet, and secondly because Brad left his wife, Jennifer Aniston, because of Angelina. Angelina was then also married to American actor Billy Bob Thornton, who also quickly became a thing of the past because of Brad.

Angelina and Brad have been together for 12 years, of which the last two years have been married. Angelina adopted Maddox while she was married to Thornton, and with Brad, she has five other children. Zahara and Pax were adopted, and daughter Shiloh and twins Knox and Vivienne are their biological children.

The whole world was in shock when the most popular couple on the planet announced in 2016 that they were divorcing, and their divorce proved to be expensive, dirty and time-consuming. The former couple has been fighting for years over the division of property but also over custody of their children.

Brad won joint custody of their minor children in May last year, but after Angelina did her best to challenge it, in July of that year a judge who ruled in Brad's favor was removed from the case and his decision was overturned. The actor then asked the California Supreme Court to review the case so he could seek joint custody again, but his request was denied.

Brad, according to sources, is very worried that their custody battle will never end. A source close to the actor revealed that Brad believes that Angelina will never agree to shared custody and that she will prolong the process until all their children are 18 years old. Currently, only Maddox (20) and Pax (18) are adults, Zahra is 17, Shiloh is 15, and twins Vivienne and Knox are 13.

As the custody battle isn’t coming to an end, Brad believes Angelina hopes their children will not want to have anything to do with him when they turn 18 years. The source, however, points out that Brad does not intend to stop fighting.

Recall, that Angelina allegedly filed for divorce for the ‘well-being of her family’ as she stated a few years ago.

'I split up for the good of my family. It was the right decision, 'she admitted, adding: ' I continue to focus on their healing and their well-being. Some have taken advantage of my silence and children see lies about themselves in the media, but I remind them that they know the truth. In fact, they are six very brave and strong young people '.