According to Star, Brad Pitt and Jolie’s children have no plans to shy away from giving their testimonies in court.
A source claimed that Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Vivienne, and Knox are tired of all the drama. And at the end of the day, their goal is to see their mom happy.
“They’re sick of the drama. And they want it to end, even if it means damaging what’s left of their relationship with their father,” the source said.
The insider also claimed that among all the testimonies, Maddox, Pax, and Zahara’s will be most detrimental to Pitt.
“The worst-case scenario is they will turn on him and leave nothing left unsaid,” the source said.
Pitt and Jolie’s three youngest kids also adore their mom and are very protective of her.
The insider also claimed that Jolie won’t back down no matter how long and tedious it takes because she wants full custody of her children.
Jolie has never been open to the idea of sharing custody with her ex-husband because she had been insisting that Pitt isn’t a good father.
“Angelina’s a warrior, and she indicated a long time ago that she wouldn’t accept 50/50 custody, and she’s sticking to that. She’ll exhaust the court system and drag this thing out. Angelina claims to have evidence of alleged domestic violence, and word is that she’s got photos that show Brad’s violent behavior, plus videotape evidence, and witness testimony,” the source said.
However, Pitt has, allegedly, denied ever being violent towards his kids and ex-wife.
According to the source, Jolie doesn’t badmouth Pitt against their children. But the actress has informed her kids about how she feels about the entire custody battle.
And since Brad Pitt and Jolie’s children are very sensitive to their mother’s feelings, they understand what she’s going through and want to help them out.
“They love their dad but they hate what this is doing to their mom,” the source said.
However, one should take the tabloid’s claims with a grain of salt.
There is still no confirmation that Brad Pitt and Jolie’s children will give their testimonies against their dad in court.
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