Brad Pitt And Angelina Jolie Have An Iron Clad Prenup, But He Is Ready For War When It Comes To Their Kids

When it comes to splitting their assets, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have little to worry about.

The Hollywood stars have an ironclad prenup that details how they will split their estimated $400 million fortune. While the financial side of their divorce is all but a done deal, things might get nasty when it comes to the custody of their six children.

TMZ is reporting that Pitt and Jolie own 12 properties around the world. Most of the estates were purchased prior to their marriage, with Pitt owning seven properties and Jolie two before their union.

The couple purchased three properties during their relationship, including a massive estate in France, a home in New Orleans, and a New York apartment.

Fortunately, Pitt and Jolie already agreed on how they would divide their properties in case of a divorce.

The real battle will center on their children, whom Jolie requested sole physical custody.

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According to Us Weekly, Pitt hasn’t seen his kids since Jolie filed for divorce last week.

To make matters worse, the FBI is investigating Pitt for reports of child abuse.

“He knows the severity of the allegations and wants to be cleared of abuse before he sees them,” an inside source told the outlet. “He is confident he will be cleared. The kids are asking to see Brad, so he is hoping to see them next week.”


Reports of child abuse surfaced after Pitt was spotted getting verbally abusive with one of his kids during a flight to California. Onlookers revealed that Pitt appeared “drunk” and was “yelling” at his kids.

“He’s so torn up and shattered, not only because of the divorce but because he hasn’t seen the kids and he really wants to. Being apart from them is part of why he’s so torn up.”

Pitt has been with Jolie for 12 years. The former couple’s six children include Maddox, 15, Pax, 12, Zahara, 11, Shiloh, 10, and twins Vivienne and Know, eight.

Jolie is reportedly living in a rental house in L.A. with the kids while the divorce is settled.

Rumors have run rampant about why Jolie and Pitt split, though Perez Hilton reports that the actresses’ political ambitions may have been one reason behind the divorce.

Jolie has worked hard over the years expanding her political career. From charity work to helping out refugees in underdeveloped nations, Jolie is quickly becoming a top official in the United Nations.

Angelina Jolie Wanted An Open Marriage And A Political Career, Is That What Drove Brad Pitt Away [Featured Photo by Jordan Pix/Getty Images]
Angelina Jolie's political ambitions were also reportedly putting a strain on her marriage to Pitt. [Image by Jordan Pix/Getty Images]

Brad Pitt supported his wife’s humanitarian work, but he didn’t like whenever she took the kids to war-torn countries, such as Iraq and Lebanon.

The trips reportedly created a lot of tension between Pitt and Jolie, especially after she wanted to take the children to Syria.

At the same time, Daily Mail is reporting that things are already getting ugly between Pitt and Jolie.


Less than a week after the divorce news broke, the actress refuses to communicate with her estranged husband.

“Angelina has blocked all incoming text messages and also Brad’s numbers,” an insider said. “He is beside himself and has been crying. He was completely caught off guard and blindsided and had no idea she would do this.”

Jolie’s decision to file for divorce appears to have occurred at the last minute, leaving Pitt completely devastated.

“Angelina filed the court papers a minute before the courts closed on Monday night. He didn’t have a lawyer or anything,” the source continued. “She had threatened divorce in the past but he did not think she would file this time. He is completely devastated and beside himself. He is a shattered man.”

Despite his shock, Brad Pitt is focusing on the well-being of his children and stopping Jolie from gaining physical custody.

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