Court or­der is­sued in Jolie-Pitt cus­tody dis­pute

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An­gelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s cus­tody dis­pute over their six chil­dren con­tin­ues more than 20 months af­ter a divorce fil­ing.

CNN re­ports a court or­der last week re­quires Jolie to tell their chil­dren the “court has de­ter­mined that not hav­ing a re­la­tion­ship with their fa­ther is harm­ful to them,” they are “safe with their fa­ther” and hav­ing a healthy re­la­tion­ship with both par­ents is “crit­i­cal.”

They have three sons and three daugh­ters, ages 16 and un­der. The or­der out­lines a shared cus­tody sched­ule for the sum­mer split­ting time be­tween Los An­ge­les and Lon­don, with Jolie main­tain­ing pri­mary phys­i­cal cus­tody.

The judge ad­vised Jolie cus­tody is sub­ject to change.

“If the mi­nor chil­dren re­main closed down to their fa­ther and depend­ing on the cir­cum­stances sur­round­ing this con­di­tion, it may re­sult in a re­duc­tion of the time they spend with (Jolie) and may re­sult in the court or­der­ing pri­mary phys­i­cal cus­tody to (Pitt).”

Jolie is seek­ing sole cus­tody.

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