Meanwhile, a Pitt source tells WHO the actor “has been absolutely devastated and heartbroken by the events of the past several weeks, both in terms of how those events have been wrongfully portrayed and how they have threatened to jeopardize his family’s ability to heal and move forward.”
As Jolie and Pitt tangle over their kids’ future—Jolie wants sole physical custody, Pitt wants shared custody—Maddox, 15, Pax, 12, Zahara, 11, Shiloh, 10, and 8-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox are adjusting to an upended life. At home with Jolie, they’ve been watching movies and playing in the pool. “They didn’t leave the rental house for days,” says a source close to the family. “It was hard for all of them. They are used to more activities and more entertainment so it’s difficult for them to just stay at the house. The younger kids don’t understand what’s going on.”
On Sept. 30 Jolie and Pitt, 52, agreed to a temporary plan recommended by DCFS: Until Oct. 20 the children will remain with Jolie, while Pitt is getting visitation with a therapist present for the first meeting. Along with family therapy, both Jolie and Pitt will undergo individual counseling, and Pitt will continue voluntary drug and alcohol testing.
“Brad loves his children more than anything in this world, and they matter more than anything else to him,” says a Pitt source. “He will do whatever it takes to be with them, now and always.”
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