Angelina Jolie was unhappy that her children were not allowed to testify in court in the war against Brad Pitt.
Judge John Oderkirk decided to give Pitt “more time with the children” because he already had a very limited amount of time. The “malpractice” star was allegedly sharing children’s contacts, but the judge was not happy that the judge did not allow her father to testify, even after Pitt was charged with domestic violence.
“The detention schedule was always determined by the court,” an unnamed source said There is a page. “Sadly, Brad’s people are bragging about the potential victory when it comes to protecting families and children from issues that harm their well-being, not arrogance.”
“The center of this controversy was not the issue of keeping the child away from the father, it is Angelina’s insistence on taking care of her family. Her motivation has never denied the child a relationship with the father,” the source added.
Jolie has sought the help of the Court of Appeals, which means that Judge Oderkirk’s decision can be overturned. The source added that Jolie does not want the same to happen to other families.
“This system is in error, and Angelina is focusing on fighting a system that does not address the full set of issues affecting this family and other families. She is working hard to prevent other families from going through this.”
In March, Jolie submitted documents that her children – Maddox, 1, Pax, 1, Zahra, 116, Shiloh, 114, and 12-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne – were ready to give “evidence and rights in support” against Pitt. Of his claim. Although Judge Ouderkirk, Who handles custody and divorce cases, declined his request.
“Judge Oderkirk refused to acquit Ms. Jolie in a fair trial that presented important evidence for her case, ignoring the relevant evidence for the health, safety and welfare of children,” the lawsuit was filed in California’s Second District Court.
Pitt’s legal advice on rejecting Jolie’s request Judge Ouderkirk found that Jolie’s testimony “lacks credibility in a very important area, and that the conceptual order between the parties should be amended at the request of Mr. Pitt, in the best interests of the children.”