Brad Pitt and An­gelina Jolie’s Tem­po­rary Cus­tody Deal in­volves Ran­dom Drug Test­ing and Ther­apy

The Star (St. Lucia) - - COMMENT -

Less than two weeks af­ter Brad Pitt and An­gelina Jolie con­firmed their plans to di­vorce, the Hol­ly­wood stars have agreed upon a tem­po­rary cus­tody agree­ment for their six chil­dren, ac­cord­ing to TMZ.

Per the re­port, the Los Angeles County Depart­ment of Chil­dren and Fam­ily Ser­vices has rec­om­mended that, for the next three weeks, Jolie “gets full phys­i­cal cus­tody” of the cou­ple’s chil­dren Mad­dox, 15, Pax, 12, Za­hara, 11, Shiloh, 10, Knox, 8, and Vivi­enne, 8. Mean­while, Pitt is al­lowed to visit the chil­dren un­der one caveat.

“The ini­tial visit is with a ther­a­pist present and the ther­a­pist then has the power to ei­ther al­low Brad sub­se­quent un­mon­i­tored vis­its or in­sist on be­ing present when­ever he’s around the kids,” TMZ re­ports. The out­let adds, “Brad is sub­ject to ran­dom drug/al­co­hol test­ing. As we re­ported, An­gelina be­lieves Brad has is­sues with al­co­hol and weed. Our law en­force­ment sources say Brad’s first test was neg­a­tive for drugs and al­co­hol.”

Ad­di­tion­ally, both ac­tors will “sub­mit to in­di­vid­ual coun­sel­ing” as well as “fam­ily coun­sel­ing” with their chil­dren present.

A source close to the case con­firms to Van­ity Fair that TMZ’s re­port of the agree­ment is ac­cu­rate and adds, “An­gelina is only fo­cused on the safety and well-be­ing of her chil­dren right now.”

TMZ re­ports that the Hol­ly­wood cou­ple reached a tem­po­rary deal on Fri­day.

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