Angelina Jolie Alleges That Brad Pitt Has Not Paid Enough Child Support

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According to TMZ, the documents state that Pitt has not paid "meaningful child support" since they first separated nearly two years ago.

The new court documents come after it was recently reported Angelina and Brad, 53, are "not even close" to settling their divorce.

On Tuesday, Angelina Jolie's lawyers brought a new filing to court alleging that Brad Pitt hasn't paid ANY "meaningful" child support for the past year and a half during their ongoing divorce proceedings - a HUGE accusation, if proven to be true!

The Maleficent star's attorney, Samantha Bley DeJean, filed new legal papers in Los Angeles Superior Court on Tuesday, stating Jolie's intention to seek a court order forcing Pitt to pay a significant share of the costs of raising their six children.

Jolie, 43, filed for divorce from Pitt, 53, in 2016 after two years of marriage, citing irreconcilable differences.

"Brad is more than happy to pay regular and "meaningful" child support payments, he would LOVE to".

Jolie Pitt filed for divorce almost two years ago and now has primary custody of their six children. They have six children for whom she is seeking primary custody.

"From the start, Angelina has been focused on their health and needs, which is why it was so important that this last court hearing be conducted privately", the statement provided by her representative continued. According to the Jolie source, it's "ultimately up to the court" to set up "an arrangement that is in the children's best interest".

In June, a spokesperson for Jolie also rebuked the "misleading leak" of the court documents detailing her and Pitt's new custody agreement.

The brood is now living in London with Jolie as she films Maleficent 2, while Pitt has spent his court-ordered time with the kids in London and Los Angeles, where he is shooting Quentin Tarantino's new movie, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

In 2006, Pitt adopted Jolie's children, Maddox and Zahara, both of whom were adopted by Jolie prior to their marriage.

In the filing, Jolie's lawyers requested to appear before a judge to schedule a status conference to address the financial issue.

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