The custody battle between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie has once again came in the limelight after Angelina Jolie has reportedly banned Jennifer Aniston from letting their six children meet. Several reports claimed that Brad Pitt, 56, and Jennifer Aniston, 51 have mended their relationship after Brad’s divorce from Angelina, 44 last year.
Custody battle – Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie
However, Angelina has filed for the custody of their children and was not happy to see that Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston have been seeing each other again after they were being spotted in a cosy way at the Screen Actor’s Guild Awards.
Angelina and Brad have six children namely Maddox, 18, Pax, 16, Zahara, 15, Shiloh, 13, and Knox and Vivienne who are both 11. Sources close to Brad and Angelina spoke to New Zealand magazine Women’s Day about their ongoing battle of custody as well.
Moreover, Celebrity Insider claimed: “Angelina has privately demanded that Jen be banned from seeing her kids. And to add insult to injury, she has filed for a new child custody evaluation against Brad. It’s come as a huge shock to everyone — including the kids.”
Does legal battle become a mess?
The source further added that Brad Pitt had wished the legal battle would be over soon after three years since Angelina Jolie filed for divorce after allegedly being involved into a fight with Maddox on their private jet where he asked what more he has to possibly do to prove that the kids are his first priority.
On the other hand, Brad Pitt and Jennifer were a married couple from 2000-2005, but they split when Brad met Angelina on the set of their film Mr and Mrs Smith and fell in love but they didn’t marry until 2014 in spite of being together for 9 long years. Notably, their two young daughters have been hospitalised for surgery and she added that they fought to survive and their brothers were too supportive in that difficult time. She wrote that for TIME magazine.
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