Recently, the Los Angeles Superior Court issued a preliminary decision in the case of custody of the children of 45-year-old Angelina Jolie and 57-year-old Brad Pitt. According to him, the victory was won by the actor-judge John Uderkirk granted the former spouses the right of joint custody.
This outcome, of course, completely satisfied Pitt — this is exactly what he had been trying to achieve for several years. But Jolie, according to an insider, was extremely disappointed with this decision. He added that the actress is already planning the next steps, as she is not going to put up with defeat.
She will never forgive Brad and will use everything she has to appeal the ruling. She claims that this is far from the end, and believes that justice will prevail,
- he noted.
Recall that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt fought in court for custody of five children: adopted 17-year-old Pax and 16-year-old Zahara and biological 14-year-old Shiloh and 12-year-old Vivienne and Knox. Another adopted son of the couple, 19-year-old Maddox, due to age, does not need legal custody.
The judge who handled the couple's case, Jolie has repeatedly tried to remove him from it. Her last complaint against him was that he had not allowed her and Pitt's children to testify in court.
Since the current custody decision is only preliminary, Pitt knows that Jolie will try to appeal, but sources say that he will no longer allow her to dictate terms.
He doesn't mean Angie any harm. His door is open if she behaves civilly,
the insider concluded.