Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have allegedly agreed to a temporary custody deal that will last three weeks.
According to TMZ, the terms were reached with the help of the Los Angeles County Department Of Children And Family Services. The deal involves Angelina, 41, getting physical custody of all six kids. The actress is reportedly happy with the arrangement.
The Fury actor, 52, will get an initial monitored visit followed by other visits that may or may not be monitored. He has also volunteered to get random drug testing, and the entire family will undergo counseling.
A source told DailyMail.com: ‘This temporary agreement will last until October 20. This is a completely voluntary agreement that has a structured decision-making plan. Neither Brad nor Angelina were forced to get counseling, they both volunteered to do so for the sake of the family.’
The source added that there was no longstanding agreement about custody in place.
‘There has been no ruling, this was just a completely voluntary agreement,’ And Pitt was not pushed to have a monitored visit.
There was also no requirement for any kind of monitoring. Both Brad and Angelina decided between them that the first visit would be done with a therapist. There was absolutely nothing mandated.’