Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt: Their agreement on custody unveiled
The arrangement found by Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt in the last few weeks has just been unveiled by the US website TMZ . An agreement very favorable to the actress, and very restrictive for her ex-husband, even though he is not suspected of any violence on his children …
The undeclared war is not over. But Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, however, seem to have agreed on a fragile truce in recent weeks . The US site TMZ has unveiled the contents of the temporary agreement between the two stars, for the custody of their six children and visitation rights. In light of these revelations, it is clear that the arrangement is much more favorable to the actress that her former husband.
While Brad Pitt has been cleared of the charges of violence we charged him, the actor will be entitled to one-time visits to Shiloh, Maddox, Vivienne, Zahara, Pax and Knox. Visits that will be supervised by a therapist every time . It was Dr. Ian Russ who have the power to determine the frequency and the conditions in which the visits take place. Brad and Angelina will also participate in group therapy in the presence of children.
Moreover, even if its conflict with the law are over, the 52 year-old actor will undergo toxicology tests and blood alcohol performed unannounced at least four times a month , to check he drinks not and does not take any drugs. All conditions that seem so much more binding for Brad Pitt, for his ex-wife. The terms of this arrangement will remain in place until the final decision of the court.
For now, the six offspring of the couple living in the house of their mother in Malibu . Hard to know what they feel, and what their preferences for the future … All are probably very sad not to see their father , they were allowed to join, even for Thanksgiving. According to the information of OK! Magazine , Shiloh (10 years) and Pax (12) have already specifically requested to live with Brad , they are very close, while the eldest, Maddox, would prefer to remain with her mother … But their little voices were probably the struggling to be heard in the cacophony of this violent legal battle.