Angelina Jolie sues Brad Pitt for child abuse to get custody of all her children

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Angelina Jolie sues Brad Pitt for child abuse to get custody of all her children


The former marriage, with their children, in a file photo.

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The ex-partner, who was a Hollywood icon during their years of marriage, faces his last and possibly toughest legal battle

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, in a file image.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, in a file image.

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt were together for 12 years. The beginnings of his story were convulsive, since the actor was still married to Jennifer Aniston when the rumors that linked him to Jolie began to sound strong. Brad broke up and began to live his love story with Angelina. They got married and together they formed a family in which their six children seemed to be the main axis. Until, from one day to the next, they announced their separation .

Soon there was talk of a disagreement between the protagonist of Seven and his eldest son. Something had happened with Maddox on a private plane, and the assault headlines were confirmed when the FBI and US juvenile services began investigating Pitt.

The lack of evidence meant that the interpreter came out of the crisis unscathed . But the story did not end there and it has come back stronger than before after Angelina's latest move to prevent her ex-husband from having 50% of the custody of the children who are still minors. Only 10 days ago, the protagonist of The Tourist presented legal documentation in which she assures that she and all her children would be willing to testify against Brad and provide evidence to support her statements. Some documents that have been leaked to The Blast portal and that according to North American media have left the Ocean's Eleven completely disconsolate.
The former marriage, with their children, in a file photo.
The former marriage, with their children, in a file photo.

In the past, Brad Pitt told the New York Times during an interview that his separation from the actress was marked by his addiction to alcohol. The interpreter acknowledged that he went to therapy for more than a year and a half and assured that he felt safe being part of Alcoholics Anonymous. A stage that is already left behind but that seems to be able to condition the end of his legal battle with Jolie, who continues to be willing to do anything to eliminate joint custody of their children's lives.

Angelina Jolie accuses Brad Pitt of child abuse again and, this time, she seems to have the support of her children to prove it.