Brad Pitt is reportedly done with marriage — and it is all because of his nasty divorce from Angelina Jolie. Following two years of divorce hell, the World War Z star has vowed to never tie the knot again.
“No way would Brad ever get married again,” an inside source dished. “He has said that Angie was enough for him and he is never, ever going to do that again.”
Jolie and Pitt were together for over a decade before calling it quits in the fall of 2016. Two years later and their divorce remains unsettled. The couple’s biggest obstacle in finalizing the divorce is the custody of their six kids: Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Vivienne and Knox. Jolie wants full custody while Pitt is seeking joint control over the brood.
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According to Radar Online, the two are scheduled to appear in court next month to resolve the custody issue. If all goes well, the court hearing could be a major step in settling the divorce.
That said, the upcoming trial is not going to be easy on the family. In fact, sources claim that Pitt is worried that the custody battle will damage the kids in the long run.
The children are getting old enough to read about the rumors surrounding their parents, which is definitely not healthy. Pitt has been doing his best to meet Jolie half-way, but he also feels like she will not give up until she wins full custody.
Fortunately, Pitt’s lawyers believe they have a strong case in winning joint custody and ending the drama once and for all.
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Although Pitt is not interested in exchanging vows, he will not be single for long. The actor has been linked to several women following his breakup with Jolie. While none of those romances have worked out, Pitt is hopeful that he will find love again.
But even if Pitt finds a new lover, fans should not expect another Mrs. Pitt in the future, which is a real shame.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s court trial is scheduled to start on Dec. 4.