Brad Pitt And Angelina Jolie In Messy War Over Their 6 Children
Brad Pitt is fighting messy with Angelina Jolie over the custody of their 6 children.
According to TMZ, the actor has replied Jolie’s divorce petition by filing for the joint custody of their children, and it is because the actress demanded for sole custody of their children, requesting that he only be granted visitation rights.
Brad Pitt has just set the stage for a custody war … asking for joint custody of the 6 kids he shares with Angelina Jolie … TMZ has learned.
Brad answered Angelina’s divorce petition and squarely takes issue with her request for sole physical custody of the kids. She wanted Brad to only have visitation.
TMZ broke the story, Angelina checked the box for sole custody after Brad allegedly struck Maddox on a private jet.
FYI … California judges favor joint custody, unless it would be harmful to the kids.
Neither Brad nor Angelina mention spousal or child support.
Brad gives the same separation date as Angelina … Sept. 15th.
Recall that the drama began after the couple separated barely days after their 2nd wedding anniversary. Pitt was accused of physically abusing their son Maddox on a private jet, sparking police investigations on child abuse. In October, the couple met with the Department of Children and Family Services which made recommendations, and agreed that the actress will have full custody of their children until October 20. Pitt also agreed to a drug testing, and fans hoped that their differences would be peaceful resolved for the sake of their children.
But the actor has just fired back now, countering his wife’s request to have full custody of the kids, which creates a tense situation because California judges grant joint custody except in cases where it is harmful to the children.
It is unclear to many what direction the new battle will take, one thing is clear though; the adults are ready to fight dirty, even if this, sadly, may hurt their children.
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