Angelina Jolie, who recently married Brad Pitt, has a cheating clause in their $425 million prenuptial agreement.
The clause reportedly says Angelina would be awarded primary custody of their six children if Pitt ever cheats on her.
“If Brad gets too serious with another woman while they are married, she’ll get primary custody if they split,” a source told Star. “Having a pre-nup is the best way to protect their kids.”
Jolie and Pitt married in August 2014 in a fairytale wedding ceremony at Chateau Miraval, their sprawling wine estate in Southern France.
The couple met in 2005 while filming the blockbuster Mr. and Mrs. Smith. At the time, their union caused a huge scandal because Brad was still married to Jennifer Aniston.
Angelina and Brad both insisted they didn’t get together until after he had separated from Aniston.
Pitt and Jolie reportedly have a combined net worth of about $425 million. Brad is worth $240 million, while Angelina’s net worth is allegedly $185 million.
Under their pre-nup, each party will walk away with the millions they came into the marriage with, while any joint income they earned during their marriage will be put away into a trust for their children.
Meanwhile, Angelina is making headlines again after a former babysitter revealed Jolie was hospitalized for anorexia and self-harm as a teen, as Celebrity Health Fitness has reported.
“I carried her into the hospital,” said Cris Rundle, a friend of Angelina’s late mother, Marcheline Bertrand. “She was in that anorexic stage. Marcheline got scared that she wasn’t eating.”
Jolie, who has been honest about her past drug addiction and self-cutting, said her humanitarian work helped her heal from the depression and existential frustration she felt all her life.
Angelina, who has been a United Nations goodwill ambassador since 2001, discussed how her charity work has changed her outlook on life in Notes from My Travels.