Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s custody agreement may change due to the fact that a psychologist who specializes in child custody issues will be defining the terms of the agreement. Dr. Ian Russ will reportedly be in charge of deciding on everything from the frequency to the conditions of therapeutic visitation.
Angelina Jolie has temporary, primary custody of the couple’s six kids. Brad Pitt on the other hand has monitored visits and is subject to drug and alcohol screening four times a month. Additionally, Brad and Angelina have to participate in group therapy sessions with the kids. This deal is in place until there is a court order or both parents agree to change it.
This comes after Brad Pitt was cleared of child abuse allegations after the FBI reportedly investigated the actor after an incident in which Angelina Jolie accused him of striking their son. The social worker assigned to the case interviewed Angelina, Brad, the kids, and witnesses on the plane. Days later, Pitt was cleared of any wrongdoing.
Although media coverage has slowed down on the Brangelina split, the “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” actors don’t seem to be reconciling because Brad spent his Thanksgiving alone. Angelina didn’t invite her soon-to-be ex-husband to join the family’s Thanksgiving celebration so, instead, Pitt flew to Turks and Caicos with a close male friend.
The two reportedly rented a $34,000 a night villa. This is the same resort where Kelly Ripa headed with husband Mark Consuelos days after the sudden news that her “Live With Kelly and Michael” co-host Michael Strahan was headed to “Good Morning America,” according to Page Six.
While Brad Pitt is taking vacations and hanging with friends while trying to stay sober, there are reports that Angelina Jolie’s health is declining in the midst of the nasty divorce and custody battle. The actress is reported to be only 76 pounds and has picked up a bad smoking habit. Hopefully, the therapy set in place by Dr. Ian Russ will not only help out concerning the kids but can also help the two come to an amicable agreement in regards to the divorce so the two can get back to making those summer blockbusters and historical documentaries they make so well.
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