Brad's lawyers say Angelina and her lawyers have engaged in dirty tricks, calling them out for "a thinly-veiled effort to manipulate media coverage".
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have been married for two years and have lived a 10-year romance that has made them one of Hollywood's most glamorous couples.
Jolie's attorney responded by saying that Pitt was charging Jolie interest on the loan for the new house and that the actress has had to shoulder most of the expenses for the children alone. Angelina will of course honor that loan.
The marriage was Pitt's second, having previously Wednesday Friends star Jennifer Aniston, and Jolie's third after actors Billy Bob Thornton and Jonny Lee Miller. Just a day before, Jolie had accused Pitt of not paying "meaningful" child support ever since their 2016 split. Brad's lawyers point to Angelina's legal docs that were filed earlier this week, in which she asks the judge to grant the divorce quickly so she can be a single woman again. leaving child support and other issues for a later date.
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'Angelina is asking Brad to pay 50 percent of the children's expenses. However, the brief claims that Jolie's group of lawyers then jumped the gun, filing their own paperwork "to create the impression that she, not [Pitt], wanted to bifurcate".
However, attorneys for the "Inglourious Basterds" star have countered, claiming he loaned the actress $8 million to purchase a home and gave her $1.3 million for bills related to Jolie and their kids.
Pitt and Jolie have three sons and three daughters, ages 17 and under. Child support is not optional in California, ' the statement on Jolie's behalf went on.
Pitt forks over hundreds of thousands each month on therapists for his six children, travel expenses and round-the-clock bodyguards, sources told Page Six.
But the battle is less about money than it is custody of their brood and how much time each gets with them.