Angelina Jolie has filed for divorce from Brad Pitt after two years of marriage, citing “irreconcilable differences.”
In the divorce documents filed by Angelina on Sept. 19, Jolie requested primary physical custody of their six children and is not seeking spousal support.
Jolie reportedly wants to give Pitt visitation rights and joint legal (but not physical) custody of their kids. Jolie listed the date of separation as Sept. 15, 2016.
Sources told TMZ Angelina is upset with how Brad parents their children.
Insiders claim Pitt got drunk and got into a physical fight with their oldest son, Maddox.
Still other tabloid reports say Jolie dumped Pitt because he cheated on her with French actress Marion Cotillard, TheImproper reported.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt married in August 2014, but have been together since 2005.
The superstar couple met while filming the blockbuster Mr. and Mrs. Smith. At the time, their romance 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.
Angelina and Brad reportedly signed a prenuptial agreement with a cheating clause that would award primary custody of their children to Angie if Pitt ever cheated, as Celebrity Health Fitness previously reported.
Under their prenup, 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.
Angelina recently made headlines after a former babysitter revealed Jolie was hospitalized for anorexia and self-harm as a teen.
“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 life in Notes from My Travels.