Brad Pitt’s petition for review of court’s ruling to grant custody of their kids to Angelina Jolie has been denied.
The California Supreme Court denied Pitt’s request yesterday over their custody dispute
Pitts filed his request in September right after Judge John Ouderkirk was disqualified from the custody case,
ridding all of his decisions, including a previous ruling that granted Pitt more time with his and Jolie’s children.
Ouderkirk was disqualified on the argument from Jolie’s legal team
that he was the former couple’s private judge, and could be biased in his rulings.
In a statement to ET, Jolie’s attorney, Robert Olson, stated that the actress “welcomes” the decision and “is glad for the family to now move forward cooperatively.”
They were one the most loved Hollywood couples who enchanted their fans with their relationship. However, their relationship hit the rock and the two split,
In September 2019, the couple finalized their divorce and reached an agreement on selling their assets
This caused them enter into a long and tedious custody battle
Meanwhile, movie star Jolie prepares for the release of her new Marvel movie “Eternals” set for release on Nov. 5.
so far, Jolie has attended different premieres of ‘Eternals’ with her children -Maddox, 20, Zahara, 16,Pax, 17, Shiloh, 15 and twins Knox and Vivienne, 13.