Angelina Jolie Alleges That Brad Pitt Has Not Paid Enough Child Support

The lawyer also revealed that the former couple have had an "informal arrangement" for Brad to pay the kids' expenses, but alleged that Brad has failed to "regularly sustain" that for "over a year and a half", which is leading Angelina to ask a judge for a formal support order as well as retroactive payments.

New documents have been filed in the divorce of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie and they claim that Pitt has not paid child support for more than a year and a half. The constraints of "meaningful" support were not outlined in a brief filed in the Los Angeles Superior Court. Not too long ago, Brad Pitt said that he had quit drinking and was working towards clearing all the hatred between him and Angelina.

Jolie and Pitt, 54, announced their split in September 2016.

A source close to Pitt, however, said that he "has fulfilled his commitments", according to The Los Angeles Times.


Angelina Jolie accuses Brad Pitt of not paying enough child support for their children. They have six children for whom she is seeking primary custody. Now, she's filed divorce papers in court asking for the star to both pay child support and retroactively pay what he's missed.

DeJean goes on to state that Jolie would like the court to have Pitt pay her the money she is owed.

"The dissolution of the marriage will help everyone move forward and work together - as co-parents, something they're committed to". The court filing is the latest development in Jolie and Pitt's hard-fought custody battle over their six children - 16-year-old Maddox, 14-year-old Pax, 13-year-old Zahara, 12-year-old Shiloh and 10-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne - that's been ongoing since their split in November 2016 after two years of marriage. As part of the agreement, Jolie was required to provide Pitt with each of the children's cell phone numbers so that he could call them directly. The actors are "at an impasse", the source added, so there will be "no settlement or resolution anytime soon".


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