Hollywood's former power couple, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, went through a very rough divorce just a few months ago but it seems like the chaos isn't over yet.
Brad Pitt has so far been on the receiving end of the entire situation as he was forced to fight for his right to see his children following the separation. Now, new reports are revealing that the actor's motion to seal private documents pertaining to the custody battle was just denied. It means that the documents are now public knowledge.
Several reports have speculated that Pitt's motion may have been an effort to hide some damaging information about him and his time with Angelina Jolie and their kids. According to Hollywood Life, the denial of the 52-year old actor's motion could spell disaster for his reputation.
Speaking to the publication, a lawyer who has been following the case, revealed that the records aren't going to be sealed. So, almost anyone can now access the heavily detailed case by getting their hands on the Request for Orders for Modification document.
The document itself will contain some very detailed facts and information about the case. It may include some potentially damaging information for both parties.
As of the moment, Brad Pitt is still pretty much in the fight to get custody over their six children, namely Maddox, 15, Pax, 12, Zahara, 11, Shiloh, 10, Knox, 8, and Vivienne, also 8-years old. Angelina Jolie's camp has thus far been ignoring Brad and his lawyer's request to get additional monitored visits.
Despite the requests being outright ignored by Angelina's camp, reports have revealed that there may be a time of healing for both parties during the holiday season. Angelina has reportedly granted his ex-husband and his family visiting rights to the children in Los Angeles this month.
According to US Weekly, the visit may have only been allowed mainly because of Brad Pitt's family, as Angelina Jolie has apparently been keeping her cordial relationship with her in-laws even during the high-profile divorce.