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Angelina Jolie's Daughter Shiloh's Alleged Move to Brad Pitt Amid Legal Battles

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have been embroiled in a contentious legal battle for years, with Jolie recently accusing Pitt of abuse and manipulation regarding their winery ownership and custody arrangements. Despite Jolie having primary custody of their six children, there are reports that their daughter Shiloh intends to live with Pitt upon turning 18. These developments follow Pitt's denial of Jolie's claim that he attempted to silence her with a nondisclosure agreement (NDA).

Living Arrangement Changes:

Shiloh, one of Angelina Jolie and Pitt's children, reportedly plans to move in with Pitt at his mansion in Los Feliz, California, upon turning 18, challenging Jolie's current primary custody status.

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Latest Developments in Custody and Abuse Allegations

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Allegations of Abuse and Legal Disputes:

Jolie has accused Pitt of a history of physical abuse, alleging that he turned abusive towards their children during a plane trip in 2016, prompting her immediate departure from him. Pitt vehemently denies these allegations.

Legal Maneuverings:

Jolie's legal team has filed a motion in court to release communications they claim would prove Pitt's attempts to coerce Jolie into signing a more restrictive NDA. Pitt, in response, asserts that the NDA was mutual and intended to protect the reputation of their winery brand, challenging Jolie to provide evidence of other NDAs they signed together.

Pattern of Behavior:

There's a suggestion from Pitt's side that Jolie's recent legal actions are a pattern of introducing irrelevant information to distract from unfavorable decisions. Despite a previous custody trial resulting in a 50/50 custody arrangement, the legal battles continue, with both parties seeking leverage through legal maneuvers and a ccusations.