Face of Agulu

Face of Agulu

Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt Custody Battle

This is bananas! Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie allegedly reached an agreement in their child custody war, where all six children would remain in the actress’ care with the ‘Allied’ star only getting visitation. But HollywoodLife.com has learned the truth – that Brad is still fighting for his kids! Keep reading for the details!

So shocking! Incredible reports surfaced Nov. 7, claiming that Brad Pitt, 52, had agreed end his custody battle with Angelina Jolie, 41, allowing her to keep their six beautiful children in exchange for visitation rights. But sources tell HollywoodLife.com those stories are completely false, as Brad is vowing to continue his fight to be an equal part of his kids’ lives. He finally responded to Angelina’s divorce filing on Nov. 4,  demanding joint custody of their children and that position has not changed one bit!


The couple’s current custody arrangement provides for the kids to remain with Angie until the Department of Children and Family Services is done with their investigation as to whether Brad allegedly abused son Maddox, 15, on a flight from France Sept 14. Right now, he gets to see the kids under brief, supervised visits which must be so heartbreaking for the star, who was such a hands on and adoring dad to his kids prior to Angelina’s divorce filing.

The agreement was extended Oct. 25, but it is by far from a “settlement” in their custody war.  A rep for Angelina told E that, “We can confirm that childcare professionals have encouraged a legal agreement accepted and signed by both sides over a week ago. In accordance with this agreement, the six children will stay in their mother’s custody, and the children will continue therapeutic visits with their father. This has been determined by childcare professionals to be in the children’s best interest.” We could never in a million years believe that Brad wouldn’t fight like Hell to be a constant presence in his childrens’ lives again, and he’s still actively pursuing joint custody while he waits for the DCFS to finish their investigation.