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Brad Pitt has won the lawsuit for shared custody of his children

A few months after his trial with ex-wife Angelina Jolie, actor Brad Pitt officially won a major win over joint custody of their children.

TMZ announced that the judge had ruled the case, granting Brad and Angelina 50-50 joint legal and physical custody of 5 minors – Pax, 17, 16 years, Zahara, Shiloh, 14 and 12 years. the old twins Knox and Vivien.

However, 19-year-old Maddox, his eldest son, was not included in the legal ruling.

The evil star tries to extract evidence to prevent Brad from becoming her partner in the care of their child. She just wanted to bake it and present a number of witnesses to prove Brad’s alleged domestic violence story.

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According to TMZ, Angelina only wanted Brad to control the visit, but the judge felt her argument that “Brad is not the perfect parent” – lacked confidence. The decision came after an analysis of the many witnesses presented by Angelina, including the testimony of her eldest son – Maddox was brought against Brad Pitt.

A source related to Brad told TMZ, “He’s very excited,” knowing the decision may be conditional at this time, but it’s just a legal formality until it’s final.

Actors Mr. and Mrs. Smith, who began dating after meeting on the set of a film in 2004, separated in September 2016 after two years of marriage. They were declared not legally married in April 2019.

According to TMZ, Angelina filed for divorce in 2016 after accusing her estranged husband of engaging in a physical confrontation with one of their children on a private plane. At one point she became estranged from all children and ended up receiving supervised visits.

A source close to the Troy star said in September 2020 that the actor was seeking “50/50 physical and legal custody of children.” Hence, after months of court proceedings, this reversal decision proved to be a major legal victory for Brad Angelina.

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