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‘No relationship with their father is harmful’: Angelina Jolie may lose custody

13 June 2018, 10:45 | Elsie Buchanan

Entertainment celebrity By grazia@admin Angelina Jolie Is At Risk Of Losing Primary Custody Of Her Children Brad Pitt has stepped in and changed the game

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	By grazia@admin				Angelina Jolie Is At Risk Of Losing Primary Custody Of Her Children			Brad Pitt has stepped in and changed the game

Court documents obtained by the website say that "not having a relationship with their father is harmful" to the six children.

The actress now has sole custody of Maddox, 16 Pax, 14, Zahara, 13, Shiloh, 12, and 9-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox. But Jolie and Pitt seemed to bury the hatchet in January 2017, releasing a joint statement saying they had agreed to handle their divorce in a private forum and would work together to reunify their family.

The Maleficent star is not to read any text messages between the children and their father, or secretly monitor calls.

Jolie, 43, who has primary physical custody of their six children, has been told by a judge that she must let Pitt, 54, see the kids regularly while she films Maleficent 2 in the United Kingdom this summer. "She has no more choice in the matter, so she feels a bit helpless, and a loss of control".

‘No relationship with their father is harmful’: Angelina Jolie may lose custody
‘No relationship with their father is harmful’: Angelina Jolie may lose custody

The documents continue, "If the minor children remain closed down to their father and depending on the circumstances surrounding this condition, it may result in a reduction of the time they spend with [Jolie] and may result in the Court ordering primary physical custody to [Pitt]".

In the papers, the court has outlined a summer schedule which details how often Pitt should see his brood over the coming months.

Some are wondering, how long will this drama go on? The Fight Club actor will have physical custody of the minor children (all but Maddox) for four hours a day from June 8 to 17 in London, where the Maleficent actress rents a house.

Things are not looking up for Angelina Jolie in her lengthy custody battle with Brad Pitt over their children.

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Jolie, 43, and Pitt, 54, were ordered to arrange a phone call between them, their children and two psychologists "to explain the summer schedule", the documents state.

The couple initially separated in a nasty, high-profile breakup in September 2016.

Because he's 16, Maddox gets to decide how much time he wants to spend with his father. From early to mid-July, he'll have the kids for four consecutive days, and in late July they'll stay with him in Los Angeles for about a week.

The court has also laid out a summer schedule for the children. He is responsible for returning them back to Jolie in London on July 29, and, he must pay for their transportation. When they're across the pond with dad, Jolie can only call once a day.

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Following their split, Pitt was investigated by multiple agencies after Jolie alleged that he had a drinking problem and was abusive to their children.

In some ways, the globe-trotting Jolie has come to resent Pitt for "essentially forcing her to settle down in Los Angeles with the kids", Us Weekly reported in May.

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