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Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt extend ‘temporary judge’ overseeing private divorce

Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt extend ‘temporary judge’ overseeing private divorce

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt decided to ruin their marriage but in a civilized manner. The former wife and husband who share six children still are busy with the divorce. This week, ex-Brangelina has received court approval to extend their ongoing private divorce negotiations.

he Hollywood almost forgot about the divorce of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, there is too many news, Harvey Weinstein is one of the most discussable subjects. Meanwhile, Jolie and Pitt recently filed court documents seeking to prolong the ‘temporary judge’ in their divorce case, according to an article on Wednesday by The Blast.

The former couple have been in private talks as they continue to discuss custody and distribution of assets. The actors starred together in the 2005 movie Mr. And Mrs. Smith, Jolie and Pitt were married in August 2014 and grew their family to include six children. Brangelina separated in September 2016 and Jolie in her divorce filing requested physical custody of their children. Since then, the loving father Brad is doing his best to defend his right to an equal custody.

Brad Pitt was outbid during the auction

On Monday, Brad Pitt was involved in a three-car fender bender. The 54-year-old actor was spotted shortly after the minor crash in Los Angeles as he calmly exchanged information with the other two drivers. The Fight Club star was behind the wheel of his dark grey Tesla when the unfortunate incident occurred.

The crash has been described as a minor incident, with no injuries reported. The 54-year-old actor is also said to have exchanged information, taken photos of the damage and shook hands with the other drivers, NME reports.

In January, Brad Pitt offered to pay $120,000 to watch Game of Thrones with the show’s star Emilia Clarke but was outbid. A silent auction took place during Sean Penn’s annual Haiti gala in LA on January 6, with a special screening of the hit HBO show on offer to the highest bidder. Those in attendance also included Hollywood heavyweights like Arnold Schwarzenegger and Leonardo DiCaprio.