Just like some of the past divorces in Hollywood, the one with former couple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt is always making the fans sad at some point. In the middle of their legal battle, reports this time are claiming that the actor is yet again rejected of his request to spend the Christmas holidays with children.

On the last week of November, during the Thanksgiving, it was reported and confirmed that Brangelina children, Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Know and Vivienne, were not on their father's side during the celebration.

This was in accordance with the Department of Family and Children Services' advice to let Jolie have temporary physical custody of all of their children.

But this time, the Allied actor was yet again disappointed as it was recently reported that he is not going to spend time with kids on Christmas. According to Perez Hilton, their ongoing divorce case, which mainly revolves on their custody battle, is making it hard for the actor to ever spend a single holiday with them.

It can be recalled that Pitt spent the Thanksgiving alone on an island that was away from his former wife Angelina Jolie, and their kids' location. Even though the actor hoped that he could spend more time with his children, a friend of him reportedly said that he's becoming more upset and frustrated as his request was never really considered.

According to The Hollywood Gossip, the 52-year old actor had asked additional visits with kids during the holidays, but until now there hasn't been any confirmation from the other party. Pitt reportedly asked for an extra 30 to 60 -minute visits but Jolie had constantly denied him of this.

The Maleficent actress' lawyers have subsequently backed her up with the issue, saying that the children's therapists are also not letting him have the extra visits and that it was for the best interest of the children.

However, fans of the actor hopes that this battle with the former couple regarding the custody will reach a final agreement that can benefit both of them, especially their six kids.