Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie ‘nonetheless raging’ forward of adverse Christmas, holidays: issues ‘should not that easy’


Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are in for yet one more sophisticated Christmas.

The previous A-list pair, who introduced their break up in September 2016, “are nonetheless raging” about their ongoing divorce and custody battle and lots of of their points stay unresolved and stagnant for probably the most half, in line with Web page Six.

Stories circulated that Pitt, 57, was going to have the ability to see at the least three of his youngsters with the “Maleficent” star, 45, this Christmas Eve, nonetheless, the outlet – citing a supply with perception on the matter – is advised that issues are “not that easy.”

“Each vacation, each birthday, somebody at all times leaks the identical factor about Brad and his supposed plans to see the youngsters, just like the pizza occasion for Shiloh’s birthday this yr – and it looks like there’s by no means any reality to it,” claimed the insider.

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Regardless of the bitterness between Jolie and Pitt, the pair had been mentioned to be “lastly headed towards some decision” of their custody stalemate over their six youngsters however in August Jolie moved to dismiss the choose presiding over the divorce and a lot of the findings that had been saved underneath wraps had been reportedly unsealed – additional delaying the divorce.

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Proper now, issues “appear to be at a standstill and it doesn’t seem like it’s going to be resolved anytime quickly,” the insider relayed to Web page Six on Thursday and no matter when Pitt will see his youngsters, the whole debacle has been “fairly tragic for everybody.”

“This continues to be a really exhausting time for the household,” added the supply.

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A rep for Jolie didn’t instantly reply to RK Information’ request for remark, whereas a rep for Pitt declined to touch upon the report.

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