Children refuse to live with Angelina Jolie
Children refuse to live with Angelina Jolie
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As the journalists of "Hollywood Life" found out, two children of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt - 10-year-old Shiloh and 12-year-old Pax - are not going to be silent and obediently obey their parents who are fighting in court for custody of them.

The divorce proceedings of one of the most beautiful couples in Hollywood - Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt - continue to gain momentum. At the end of last week it became known that the actors managed to settle one of the controversial moments of the divorce - to divide 12 real estate objects.

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As a result, seven of them went to Pitt, and two to Jolie. They acquired them before marriage. Three objects remained in question, which the spouses made together, and which were not regulated by their marriage contract. The couple has already put up this property for sale, the proceeds from the sale of which they will split in half.

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Now it came to the main issue of divorce - custody of their six children: 15-year-old Maddox, 12-year-old Pax, 11-year-old Zakhara, 10-year-old Shiloh and 8-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne.

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And if earlier representatives of Angelina Jolie stated that in her statement of claim the actress requires sole custody of the offspring, now everything can turn out differently. The thing is that recently Shiloh and Pax told their mother that they wanted to stay with their father.

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- Pax and Shiloh have always been close not only in relation to each other, but also to their father. They repeatedly repeated in conversations with Angie that they would like to move to Brad, at least until he comes to his senses. Angelina does not know what to do - she is afraid that other children will follow the example of the older offspring, and Brad will be able to get partial custody of them, - according to the informants of the Hollywood Life portal.

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To date, a temporary agreement has been concluded between Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, according to which the actor can see children several times a month and only under the supervision of a family therapist.

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