Brad Pitt is going above and beyond to make sure he has a relationship with his kids! RadarOnline.com has learned that the father to Maddox, 15, Pax, 13, Zahara, 11, Knox and Vivienne, 8, and Shiloh, 10, has agreed to a strict new custody deal with Angelina Jolie.
Pitt and Jolie signed off on the deal on October 26, but it was just signed by an LA judge on December 2, Radar has learned. Court documents obtained by Radar spell out the family's new reality.
Jolie will continue to have full physical custody of the kids for now, the documents state, but Pitt "shall continue to have agreed upon therapeutic visitation with the minor children. The frequency and conditions of the therapeutic visitations shall be determined by" a team of doctors.
Meanwhile, Pitt "shall continue to participate in individual therapy a minimum of one time per week for no less than 50 minutes each session," and also "shall continue to participate in group therapy a minimum of one time per week," the documents state. He must provide proof of his participation as well.
Pitt will also take part in family sessions alongside Jolie and their kids, and the kids will have individual sessions too according to the documents.
At the same time, the documents state that he has agreed to "continue to submit to random drug and alcohol testing," not more than once a week and and least four times a month.
As Radar reported, Jolie, 41, filed for divorce on September 20, amid claims Pitt, 52, had verbally or otherwise abused the children. After an investigation by the FBI and the LADCFS, Pitt was cleared of all allegations.
As this latest deal was just a temporary agreement, the custody battle is still ongoing.
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