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Angelina Jolie DECLINES Brad Pitt's Joint Custody Request

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Nov. 7 2016, Published 1:38 p.m. ET

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The Brangelina divorce battle is far from over! Sources say Angelina Jolie has declined Brad Pitt's request for joint custody, planning to limit her ex's access to their six children to "monitored visitation."

According to several reports, the 41-year-old is ready for World War Z after Pitt's desperate custody plea, filed on Friday.

In the meantime, Jolie will attempt to maintain her primary physical custody "until he gets his s**t together," sources close to the Hollywood couple claimed.

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As RadarOnline.com previously reported, the shocking split stemmed from an alleged incident that took place between a boozed-up Pitt and one of the kids on a private plane on September 14, 2016.

Pitt was blindsided by the divorce filing, which, Jolie claimed in a statement, was done "for the health of the family."

A temporary custody plan was established last month, which requires Pitt to meet with his children only under supervision, and to undergo voluntary drug and alcohol testing.

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