It seems that famous actors Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have finally managed to reach an agreement over the custody of their six children. The custody battle has been ongoing since Angelina first filed the divorce papers. Luckily, the two appear to have finally been able to reach an agreement.
So, ET reported that Brad and Angelina have come to a temporary custody agreement, after the FBI officially closed its investigation into Brad Pitt’s alleged child abuse. The actor was investigated by authorities on claims of physically and verbally abusing his children following an incident that occurred on an international flight. Well, it seems that the agreement has already been approved by a judge, so things should be fine for the couple.
Under the terms of this agreement, Angelina Jolie receives the physical custody of the children. On the other hand, Brad is granted the right to visit his children, but it seems that he also has to attend weekly individual and group therapy sessions. Brad will also have to undergo random drug and alcohol testing. The children will also continue with their individual counseling.
“Originally, Pitt had volunteered to do the drug and alcohol testing himself,” an insider said. “But now that a judge has signed off on these docs, it has become mandatory and cannot be reversed without another court filing. Brad has not seen his children alone without a monitored therapist since the plane incident. Angelina has not left the children’s side since the plane incident. She still has not completed her film [‘First They Killed My Father’]. She has been with them the whole time trying to make sure they heal,” the same source went on to add.
The source claimed that Brad will be able to spend Christmas with the children, only if the kids want to see their father. The insider explained that the purpose of the agreement is to make sure that the children will not be forced into doing something that they do not want. Well, since there doesn’t seem to be an official confirmation yet on the agreement, it is about to see if the custody agreement has really been reached.