Brad and Angelina reach temporary custody agreement

2018-08-23 15:41

Cape Town - Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have come to a “peaceful” custody agreement.

A close source to the separated pair, who spit in 2016, told US Weekly that Brad (54) and Angelina (43) called off their custody hearing after reaching an agreement.

“An interim custody arrangement was agreed upon by both parties after recommendations from the custody evaluator,” the source said.

“Angelina is helping the children heal with their father and enjoying the last days of summer before school starts.”

Earlier this month, Angelina accused the Fury actor of not paying any “meaningful” child support since their decision to split, Entertainment Tonight reports. But Brad responded a day later denying that he hasn’t paid any child support.

“Angelina loves her children and wants the best for them,” the source said. “The trouble is she feels the best scenario for the kids is for her to have sole custody.

“She’s prepared to do what it takes to get what she wants . . . Everyone involved has tried to explain to Angelina that having two parents in their children’s lives is healthier in the long run, but she doesn’t see it that way.”

In 2017 the pair agreed to settle the case in confidentiality but continue to battle over child support for their six kids, Maddox (17), Pax (14) Zahara, (13) Shiloh (12) and twins Knox and Vivienne (10), People reports.

Sources: US Weekly, Entertainment Tonight, People

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