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Brad Pitt Begs Angelina Jolie ‘Let Me See Kids 4 Times in Dec’ — Did She Agree?

Wed, December 7, 2016 8:07pm EDT by Sophie Radvan 3 Comments

Will the kids ever see their father again? Desperate to see his family again, Brad Pitt has been begging Angelina Jolie to agree to his minimal visitation plan of four meetings this Dec. Read on to see how the mother-of-six responded to his heartfelt plea!

By now we know that Brad Pitt, 52, and Angelina Jolie‘s, 41, divorce settlement has been anything but friendly, and unfortunately, their six children are caught in the middle of it! Always trying to put the kids first, Brad begged Angie to agree to his visitation plan, which included one session with the twins (Knox and Vivienne), one session with the middle kids (Zahara and Shiloh), one session with the twins AND middle kids, and then one session with the older kids (Maddox and Pax). But Angie’s team said NO!!!

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Brad understood that Angie would be wary of the deal, so he agreed to monitored visitation rights and a strict time restriction of 30-60 minutes each session, but that didn’t matter to her! Angie’s team fired a very angry response to Brad’s requests, stating that he’s going against everything the therapists think is best for the kids. Angie’s team, mainly attorney Laura Wasser, is standing firm on Brad staying far away from the family. The children, however, do have a voice in all this. Laura states that the therapy sessions will explore “how the kids are feeling” when it comes to not seeing their dad.

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There is one loophole in this agreement, however, which is whether or not the kids agree to see Brad in the first place! As we previously told you, Brad and Maddox haven’t been getting along lately, which resulted in a few therapy sessions ending abruptly early. Their visitation plan takes this heartbreaking situation into account, and mentions that if the older kids don’t wish to see Brad, then he’ll be able to spend more than one session with the others. What a bittersweet silver lining!

HollywoodLifers, what do you think of their visitation plan? Is it unfair and too strict?