Angelina Jolie Claims Brad Pitt Has Paid No Child Support

Danny Woods
August 8, 2018

'The top producers are hoping to persuade her to reconsider so they can get things moving, but there are also contingency plans being considered to keep things on track'.

Earlier this summer, a document surfaced that showed the judge in their divorce case ordered Jolie to allow their six children to spend more time with Pitt.

"Brad has fulfilled his financial commitments, so it's unfortunate that anyone would misrepresent the situation and continue to play this out in the press", a friend of Pitt told ABC News.

According to an NBC News report, Jolie will now force Pitt to pay the child support, however, the two-page file does not define what constitutes as "meaningful support".

Angelina Jolie on Tuesday sought to move forward with her long and sometimes bitter divorce from Brad Pitt, which has yet to be finalized after nearly two years.

In June, a spokesperson for Jolie also rebuked the "misleading leak" of the court documents detailing her and Pitt's new custody agreement.

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Jolie's attorneys claimed in the filing that the former couple had "informal arrangements" for the payment of the children's expenses, but stated that Pitt had not adhered to those guidelines.

The documents did not clarify how much is considered "meaningful child support".

Jolie, 43, filed for divorce from Pitt, 53, in 2016 after two years of marriage, citing irreconcilable differences.

Jolie claims there was an "informal agreement" for child support, but the Fight Club actor has not honored it. Reps for Pitt did not immediately return InStyle's request for comment. A source familiar with the matter told ET at the time that it seems someone misinterpreted facts about the Oscar winner's divorce case with Pitt, and that new experts had been brought on, signifying a "new phase" of the divorce proceedings.

Pitt has kept a low profile in the past two years, while Jolie has recently been filming a sequel to fairytale drama "Maleficent" in London and directed a 2017 film about the 1970s Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia in which more than one million people died.

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