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Brad Pitt Has 'Paid Millions' to Angelina Jolie for Child Support

08 August 2018, 10:58 | Elsie Buchanan

Brad Pitt Has 'Paid Millions' to Angelina Jolie for Child Support

Brad Pitt Has 'Paid Millions' to Angelina Jolie for Child Support

"The motion today was just created to move that process forward on those issues, including financial disclosure and child support", a source close to Jolie explained to E!

Jolie's attorney claimed on Tuesday her estranged movie star husband has not paid "any meaningful child support" since their dramatic split in September 2016.

News, "Brad and Angelina are not even close to settling their divorce".

Sources close to Pitt told Page Six that Jolie made the court filing as part of a smear campaign to tarnish her estranged husband's reputation after he chose to re-start the formal divorce process.

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In a statement released to Entertainment Tonight, she said: 'I just spoke with Laura.

A spokesperson for Jolie, Mindy Nyby, however, later denied the rumors, telling People, "The TMZ story is not true".

The divorce proceedings are nearly at the two year mark, and according to a source, a major part of the delay is finding a custody agreement that works for both actors.

"Brad has fulfilled his financial commitments, so it's unfortunate that anyone would misrepresent the situation and continue to play this out in the press", a friend of Pitt told ABC News. The actors are "at an impasse", the source added, so there will be "no settlement or resolution anytime soon". "They are kind of at an impasse at this point because the focus has been on custody; nothing else has been hashed out yet".

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While eldest son Maddox, 16, was allowed to choose his own custody arrangements, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge John W. Ouderkirk was clear that moving forward, Brad would have more contact with the younger children, Pax, 14, Zahara, 13, Shiloh, 12, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 9.

Earlier this year the pair clashed over Angelina's wish to take the children to Europe whilst she was shooting Maleficent 2 - a move Pitt opposed. "She can't see past her anger for Brad that he is on his way to getting joint custody". Brad isn't opposed to that.

The judge also ordered that Jolie arrange a phone call "with her kids and their doctors" to confirm to them directly that they are safe with Pitt.

Pitt's representatives declined to comment.

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