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Angelina Jolie ‘doesn’t want to give Brad Pitt joint custody of their kids’

Angelina Jolie is not pushing to let Brad Pitt have joint custody as she is happy with the current arrangement.

Angelina Jolie is reportedly letting her legal battles with Brad Pitt go cold – as she is not looking to let him have joint custody of their kids.

After a couple of years in which the stewardship of their children was among the priorities of their split, it now seems that Angelina is happy to carry on with the current arrangement and deny Brad having joint cutody.

Brad and Ange have Pax, 15, Zahara, 14, Shiloh, 13, Knox, 11, and Vivienne, 11, and a source has said that their current arrangement is suiting Angelina just fine.

 

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