Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, one of Hollywood’s best-known couples who announced their divorce two years ago, have finally reached an agreement on custody for their six children. That reports US media based on their lawyers. Due to the mutual agreement, a painful lawsuit is avoided.
Jolie and Pitt have six children, aged between 11 and 17, three of whom were adopted. Based on the recommendations of a specialist, an arrangement has been made about who will supervise the children when it is supervised. The agreement has now been ratified by both parties and by a judge.
At first Jolie only wanted custody, while Pitt was willing to share that. The final outcome remains confidential, “in the interests of the children”, according to the lawyers. Jolie and Pitt split up in September 2016, more than two years after they got married. The couple, which was called Brangelina by the media, had been together for almost twelve years at the time of the break. They have six children: Maddox (17), Pax (15), Zahara (13), Shiloh (12) and ten-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox.
As a reason for the break, the two gave “unbridgeable differences”. According to rumours, the actress took her bags after Pitt had beaten one of the children.