Brad Pitt was reportedly banned from his daughter Shiloh Jolie Pitt's birthday. Angelina Jolie also allegedly put a time limit whenever he meets with their eldest child, and she allegedly plans to keep that rule until all of their children are 18 years old.
Brad Pitt And Shiloh Jolie Pitt's Heartbreak Over Angelina Jolie's Alleged Rules
Angelina Jolie is allegedly doing all she could in her power to keep her ex Brad Pitt from their kids, especially from "daddy's girl" Shiloh, National Enquirer reported. The Maleficent star reportedly banned the Ad Astra actor from Shiloh's 16th birthday, and she had no plans to make things easy for Pitt and their kids until all of them are of legal age.
"Brad is only allowed to see Shiloh by appointment, and just for a limited time when she's shuttled to his estate by a driver and security guard of Angelina's choosing," an anonymous source told the outlet. "That's heartbreaking for Brad as well as Shiloh."
The Once Upon a Time in Hollywood actor was reportedly planning a special celebration for Shiloh and her friends on her birthday. He planned movies, games, live music, and a custom cake, but Jolie allegedly nixed it.
"It's very evident that Angie is going to keep up this tactic right until the kids are all past 18," the tipster added.
Shiloh Caught Up In Brad Pitt And Angelina's Parental Tug-Of-War
Shiloh reportedly adores her dad, Brad Pitt. She allegedly begged her mom to live with her dad, but it only made Angelina Jolie tighten the reins, even giving her an 8 pm. curfew.
Shiloh "loves her dad and misses him," the source added. However, "she's also fiercely loyal to her mom."
"Shiloh is turning into a breathtaking beauty just like her mom," the source continued. Meanwhile, Jolie is allegedly making sure that "Brad doesn't have any control" over their children.
Brad Pitt And Angelina Jolie's Legal Battle
Pitt and Jolie have a messy divorce battle and other legal concerns. In April, the Wanted actress allegedly unleashed "a desperate fishing expedition" by suing the FBI under the name Jane Doe to investigate an alleged jet incident involving Pitt and why the agents didn't charge her ex, Page Six reported.
The lawsuit filed under the Freedom of Information Act seeks information "about the agency’s investigation of an incident of domestic violence that occurred several years ago involving plaintiff and her minor children as victims and witnesses."
The outlet noted that the alleged domestic violence on a private jet years ago matched the description of what happened to Pitt and Jolie's family that led to their split in 2016.
Doe explained that the FBI "publicly announced it was closing its investigation of the incident without further action." She added that her request is to "better understand the FBI’s investigation and obtain information necessary for her children to receive medical care and trauma counseling."
Pitt also filed a lawsuit against Jolie for selling her stakes in their winery business to a stranger without his consent. In the court documents obtained by People, he claimed that Jolie "sought to inflict harm on him" with what she did.
In his latest filing in Los Angeles Friday, Pitt also claimed that Jolie "sought to force Pitt into partnership with a stranger, and worse yet, a stranger with poisonous associations and intentions." The pair reportedly agreed that no one would sell their share without mutual consent.
Pitt seeks damages "in an amount to be proven at trial" and wants Jolie's sale to be declared "null and void." He also wants a trial by jury.
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