The battle for the custody of children Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt goes to court.
According to court documents, the trial will start on December 4. The retired judge was named John W. Odenkirk in the ruling until June 30, 2019.
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Here is the latest update on Jolie and Pitt's continuing dispute over custody of their six children: Maddox Jolie-Pitt, 17, Pax Jolie-Pitt, 14, Zahara Jolie-Pitt, 13, Shiloh Jolie-Pitt, 12, Knox Jolie- Pitt, a Vivienne Jolie-Pitt, 10.
"They still work together to reach a settlement outside the court. Angelina is not looking for a single child custody, she still supports the reconciliation of the children with her dad. "
In August, there were reports that the parents had reached an agreement, but that those statements were wrong. He told us at the time: "In relation to the children's relationship with Brad, Angelina is definitely committed to helping the children to reconnect with their father."
In September 2016, it is alleged that Pitt is linked to an event on a private plane flying from Europe to Los Angeles. The FBI took part in the event and closed the investigation in November 2016.
"In response to allegations made after flying within the jurisdiction of the United States specialized aircraft that landed in Los Angeles with Mr. Brad Pitt and children, the FBI has carried out a review of & # 39; In the circumstances and will not continue the investigation. No payments were raised in this case. "
During the FBI investigation, Pitt asked for joint physical preservation. Nearly two years later, Jolie and Pitt are still working on an agreement.
In May, it revealed sources of "disagreement over custody." During the summer, they arrive at a temporary agreement where Pitt would visit the children because, according to a judge, "having a relationship with his father is not detrimental." The judge added that he was "critical that they all had a healthy and strong relationship with their father and mother."
Two months later, in August, Jolie Pitt accused of not paying "significant" support. Pitt responded by his attorney, Lance Spiegel, in a short file at Superior Court L.A. Jolie's claim is "unnecessary, omits relevant information and a very rare effort to deal with media".
Representative Jolie responded to the presentation of Pitt in a statement to E! News: "Angelina's presentation yesterday was legally and objectively correct in all respects. This presented by Brad today is a deliberate attempt to solve the truth and highlight the fact that it has not complied with completely with legal obligations to support the children. "
The representative added: "Angelina asks Brad to pay 50 per cent of the children's expenses. It has not done so."
A source near Pitt rejected the statements provided by the Jolie team.