The Brangelina split has already caused a lot of gossip in tinseltown, and now,they are reportedly locked in a bitter dispute over the custody of their six children.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, who filed for divorce in September, have currently agreed on a temporary custody agreement involving their children. However, Brad Pitt wants more than the currently permitted one visit per week with his children while the divorce proceedings are carried out.
The therapists working with the family don't seem to agree.
While Brad Pitt has done his best to keep his ongoing dispute with his estranged wife out of the public eye, his recent request to have his court documents sealed was declined.
On Wednesday, a judge had declined Brad Pitt's request for an emergency hearing to request that details of his ongoing custody battle with Angelina Jolie be made private.
Before the hearing held in Los Angeles, lawyers for both sides of the A-lister couple had submitted information via emails to the court that shed light on what is turning out to be a very long and expensive divorce and custody battle, according to TMZ .
In one email, viewed by the website, the actor's attorney Lance Spiegel declared that while his client has complied with the child therapy process, 'the therapy team has ignored or disregarded issues that [Brad] has raised.'
A temporary custody arrangement agreed on by both Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie stated that the therapists would make decisions about visitation.
It followed the launch of investigations by both DCFS and FBI into what occurred between 'Allied' star Brad Pitt and son Maddox, 15, during a private jet flight from Europe to Los Angeles in September that prompted Angelina Jolie to file for divorce. Both investigations have since been completed and closed without any charges brought against Brad Pitt.
Brad Pitt's attorney claimed, per TMZ, that 'Regardless of [the therapists'] views, there is no reason for Brad not to request court orders' for more access to the children.