Angelina Jolie ‘Canâ€™t See Past Her Anger’ For Brad Pitt Amid Explosive Custody Battle!
It’s Angie’s way, or the highway!
As we wrote, according to a TMZ report, the custody battle between Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt has gotten so bad that the actress’ lawyer Laura Wasser reportedly plans on quitting. However, Jolie’s rep Mindy Nyby tells US Weekly the story “is not true” and that Wasser is “not quitting now or in the future.”
Aside from her rumored lawyer drama, the Salt star isn’t backing down when it comes to her legal war with Pitt over their six kids!
According to an US Weekly source:
“Angie’s big issue continues to be sharing joint custody with Brad… She can’t see past her anger for Brad that he is on his way to getting joint custody.”
Reportedly, the 43-year-old starlet “has objected to the coparenting classes” recommended by the retired judge overseeing their case, though the actor is “willing to try.”
In regards to Wasser, the rumor about her quitting started because of a miscommunication. A second insider explained:
“Laura is not resigning from the case or planning to quit. The reason this story even arose is because someone misinterpreted the fact that new experts were brought in as the case moves into a new phase. The characterization of Angelina’s attitude toward the case is not true. She’s continually working to achieve the reunification of the children with their father. It’s really now between Brad, his kids and the family court, and the court will make a decision that’s in in the best interest of the children.”
Even if Wasser did quit, the first source says Pitt and his team “would object to having a new lawyer come in at this late stage because it would only drag the proceedings on longer.”
In June, the former couple — who share Maddox, 16, Pax, 14, Zahara, 13, Shiloh, 12, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 9 — reached a temporary summer agreement where Jolie was ordered to give Pitt more time with his kids.
The thespians separated in September 2016 after two years of marriage.
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