Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s Custody Agreement May Prevent Pitt from Seeing Children on Christmas

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's Custody Battle Will Be Decided By a Therapist
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's temporary custody agreement will be reportedly be determined by their therapist

After months of back and forth, a judge finally approved a custody agreement between Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt.

Court documents obtained by ET reveal Jolie has been granted sole physical custody of their six children: Maddox, 15; Pax, 13; Zahara, 11; Shiloh, 10; and twins Knox and Vivienne, 8. Pitt will continue to be allowed “therapeutic visitation” with the children, the frequency of which will be determined by the family therapist, who has been instructed to keep the needs and wants of the children the priority.

Pitt will also continue to participate in random drug and alcohol testing, which has now become mandatory after being signed off by the judge. Additionally, Pitt, along with all six of the children, will continue to attend weekly individual and group therapy.

“Brad has not seen his children alone without a monitored therapist since the plane incident,” a source revealed “Angelina has not left the children’s side since the plane incident. She still has not completed her film [First They Killed My Father]. She has been with them the whole time trying to make sure they heal.”

The custody agreement, which one source insists is just temporary, leaves Pitt open to the possibility of spending yet another holiday without his children. “If a child says they don’t want to see Brad on Christmas, the psychiatrist isn’t going to force them,” the insider explained. “That’s the whole purpose of this agreement.”