All is still not well between the divorced life of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, even three years down the line after they announced their split and neatly divided Brangelina fans into two. While initially, the world seemed to side with the rather tragic countenance that Angelina Jolie presented, things later began to swing in Pitt’s favor, especially when it was found that many of the accusations that Jolie leveled against her husband were, in fact, baseless and maybe even untrue.
When Jolie first upped and filed her divorce case against Pitt, it was with accusations leveled against him of being abusive towards their eldest son, Maddox. Later, after authorities cleared Pitt of any wrongdoing, custody negotiations began behind closed doors, with a private judge. However three years have passed, and things have still not come to a tee. Meanwhile, Maddox is all grown up at 18, so the custody battle is not about him any longer, but the five younger kids.
Now, it’s about the custody of Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Vivienne, and Knox, out of which Pax and Zahara were adopted from Ethiopia and Vietnam, while the latter three are Jolie and Pitt’s biological children. The claim filed by Jolie on March 3rd contains limited information which means that even now, the public has no access to what goes on behind closed doors of the custody battle between the once-in-love Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. How things change in the lives of the rich and famous!
In late 2018, it seemed that Pitt and Jolie had reached some sort of a temporary custody agreement, but a final one, drawn on papers is still yet to be reached. However, this has been the first time in more than a year that the case is back in court. Along with custody agreements, as well as child support, the couple will also need to work on divesting and dividing their assets, like the $60million Miraval winery they had invested in 2011.
Angelina Jolie is still in no mood to be kind to Pitt, and God only knows how wrong the marriage went. She told the media that while she looked forward to staying abroad, she would have to wait till the youngest, twins Knox and Vivienne who are 11 now, turn 18, thus effectively ending the custody battle for good. She said she will move abroad as soon as the kids are 18, but for now, she has to live in LA, where the kids’ father is based.