Insider reveals the REAL REASON behind Angelina Jolie’s non-stop attacks on Brad Pitt
'Angelina won’t rest until the children are legally adults, so Brad will never have shared custody,' a source said
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Although it has been six years since Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's divorce, the battle for the custody of their six children doesn't seem to end anytime soon. A source told PageSix that, “Brad will never have shared custody."
The claims came after Jolie, 47, got accused of attempting to hurt Pitt, 58, by selling her part in his French vineyard to a Russian oligarch with poisonous intentions in June. According to PageSix, a source familiar with the legal battle, said, “It appears that Angelina is determined that Brad should never get 50/50 custody. And there are some who say that she won’t rest until the kids are legally adults, so Brad will never have shared custody.” One of Pitt's friends said, "Angelina makes a constant stream of attacks on Brad. And she deliberately sold her disputed share of their vineyard to a buyer she knew he didn’t want."
In legal papers in June, Pitt claimed that Jolie intentionally “sought to inflict harm on” him by selling her interests in the Chateau Miraval wine brand to Russian businessman Yuri Shefler, the founder of Stoli Vodka. As per the report, Pitt said they had never agreed to sell their shares without the other’s permission. For which, he also asked for a trial by jury.
Brad Pitt granted joint custody
In May 2021, as reported earlier, Pitt was granted joint custody of his children with Jolie following a lengthy court battle. The former couple, who were known as 'Brangelina' by fans after they met on the set of the 2005 film 'Mr and Mrs Smith,' are parents to 19-year-old Maddox, who was not included in the ruling as per laws, 18-year-old Pax, 17-year-old Zahara, 16-year-old Shiloh, and twins Vivienne and Knox, 13. The ruling was a "tentative decision" made by a private judge, John Ouderkirk, who got hired to oversee the case of the duo, who got legally divorced in 2019. However, Jolie criticized the judge's decision not to allow their children to testify in custody hearings.
According to PageSix, psychologist Stan Katz, who spoke to the Jolie-Pitt children for the custody case, is currently under a non-criminal investigation by California Attorney General’s office.