Angelina Jolie wants divorce finalized by end of 2018

Angelina Jolie Is 'Fueled By Anger' Amid Rumors She Could Lose Custody Of Her Kids To Brad Pitt

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"As of present, [Pitt] has paid no meaningful child support since separation", wrote Jolie's attorney, Samantha Bley DeJean, in a two-page brief filed in Los Angeles Superior Court.

After a period of relative peace, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's divorce has become a battleground once again.

A source close to Pitt told CNN, "It is sad that someone would deliberately misrepresent the situation, especially after Brad has continued to fulfill his commitments".

Jolie Pitt filed for divorce almost two years ago and now has primary custody of their six children.

Brad Pitt is hitting back hard at Angelina Jolie's accusations that he hasn't paid a dime in child support for their six kids.

Today, Angelina Jolie filed court papers accusing her former husband of skipping on child support for their six young ones for more than a year and a half.

Both actors are said to be keen to "work out the details of the divorce", but they have been "unable to reach an agreement that they are both happy about".

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Jolie was granted physical custody of all six children in a December 2016 custody agreement, but last month, she was ordered by a judge to help fix the children's relationship with their father.

According to the ruling set down by the judge in June, Pitt has been given a summer schedule to see his kids, minus the oldest child, Maddox, who has been deemed old enough to decide how much time he wants to spend with his adoptive father.

It is unknown at this time what - if any - informal agreement Jolie and Pitt had arrived at prior to this filing.

But a source claims to ET that Jolie's latest move is in retaliation over the actress being ordered by a judge in June to help fix her children's relationship with Pitt.

Pitt's spokesperson has yet to respond to the allegations, which emerge days after Jolie's representative, Mindy Nyby, denied reports suggesting the actress' main attorney, Laura Wasser, had quit over "internal conflicts" regarding the case.

The "Moneyball" actor said in an interview previous year that he had quit drinking, was undergoing therapy and that he and Jolie had chose to abandon "vitriolic hatred" and work together to sort out their issues.

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