Amid her custody battle with Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie reportedly wants to move to London with their children.
TMZ reports Jolie is hoping to move to London for a coveted position with the United Nations. Sources claim that she could only make the move happen if Brad's request for joint custody was not granted.
Jolie recently filed court documents regarding a custody arrangement with Brad, but “nothing has changed” since the temporary custody arrangement was put in place in October, according to People magazine. A source shared, “There is absolutely nothing different about the situation today as opposed to yesterday as opposed to when this agreement was put into place.”
In the court docs, the length and frequency of Brad's visits would be determined by psychologist Ian Russ. Brad would also submit to random drug and alcohol testing and participate in group and individual therapy. A source revealed, "Brad is not at all happy with this situation. He wants to spend more time with the kids and on his own terms. There is nothing about the current arrangement that makes him happy. He has no plans to accept it. He misses his kids. It's a very sad situation for him.”
"He feels he has done nothing wrong and is getting punished without cause. He always was a great dad and wants to continue to be a great dad. Spending Thanksgiving without his kids was very difficult for him. He wants to have a normal relationship with his kids. He has a great legal team and is figuring out the best strategy right now,” the source emphasized.
As for Angelina, she has reportedly been attending her kids' therapy sessions. An insider said, “Angie has been by the kids' side nonstop since this happened. Their health and well-being has been her only priority. She hasn't traveled, and she delayed completing [her new film] 'First They Killed My Father.' Angie also hasn't been the one to keep Brad from seeing the kids. It hasn't been her choice. She has been following the advice of the therapists.”