Brad Pitt And Angelina Jolie 'Relieved' To End Legal Battle - They Finally Signed Custody Agreement!

Brad Pitt And Angelina Jolie 'Relieved' To End Legal Battle - They Finally Signed Custody Agreement!
Source: vanityfair.com

According to some brand new reports, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have finally signed an agreement as far as their custody battle is concerned, which means that there isn’t going to be a trial after all! Apparently, the actors’ outside of court agreement was reached weeks ago!

Jolie’s legal team has confirmed the initial Entertainment Tonight report to HollywoodLife, stating that Jolie and Pitt have indeed put an end to their longtime custody war.

Samantha Bley DeJean shared with ET previously that ‘A custody arrangement was agreed two weeks ago, and it has been signed by both parties as well as the judge. The agreement, based on all the recommendations of the child custody evaluator, eliminates any need for a trial. The filing and the details of the agreement are confidential in order to protect the best interests of the children.’

Allegedly, Angelina is super happy that the custody battle has finally ended and now, she and Brad can just focus on being great co-parents to their six children.

One source shared with the outlet that Jolie is now ‘pleased to be entering a new next stage and is relieved at the progress for the health of their family.’

As for the details of their agreement, at this time, it’s unclear if they will be made public or not.

But either way, things are taking a turn for the better for the Hollywood family.

Reportedly, Brad has some big plans for Christmas with his and Angelina’s young ones.

An insider for HollywoodLife told the outlet that the star wants to make the holidays ‘drama free’ and just ‘really fun.’

It doesn’t even have to be a trip or anything fancy – Brad just wants to spend time with the children who are growing really fast!

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