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Angelina Jolie Could Lose Primary Custody Of Her Kids With Brad Pitt

Angelina Jolie Could Lose Primary Custody Of Her Kids With Brad Pitt

Almost two years after Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from Brad Pitt, the former power couple have reached a new temporary custody agreement over their six children for this summer, Us Weekly confirms.

If Angelina does not allow her children to spend more time with Brad, she may lose primary custody.

But now the Oscar victor has been told to take steps to improve the children's relationship with their father, according to the documents.

According to documents obtained by The Blast, a judge in Angelina and Brad's divorce case determined that the former couple's six children "not having a relationship with their father is harmful to them", and adds that "it is critical that each of them have a healthy and strong relationship with their father and mother".

A psychologist must be present while the actor visits the kids in London and he must arrange for them to see their doctors and therapists when they are in LA with him.

Jolie and Pitt were ordered to conduct a phone call between them, their children and two psychologists "to explain the summer schedule". Additionally, Jolie is allegedly barred from being present or interfering with Pitt's time with the kids in person.

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Brad Pitt Jolie and their family arrive in Japan in November 2011

Brad will have several more periods of access to the kids through July and early August, with another court hearing set for August 13 to determine next steps.

Jolie and Pitt split in 2016 amid allegations of child abuse against Pitt during an incident aboard a private plane.

Aside from Maddox, the children are Pax, 14; Zahara, 13; Shiloh, 12; and 9-year old twins Vivienne and Knox. The court also forbid her from reading the text messages that Brad sends to his children.

Because Maddox is older, he will get to decide how much time he spends with his father.

From June 27 to July 1 he will get the children for 10 hours a day and then in July he will see them from July 8 to 14 for four hours a day. He is responsible for returning them back to Jolie in London on July 29, in addition to paying for their transportation.

Brad Pitt, Jolie and their family arrive in Japan in November 2011.

- Through July 17, Pitt is expected to be able to spend varying amounts of time each day with the children and over consecutive days while visiting them in London, where Jolie has a house and is filming the sequel to her blockbuster film "Maleficent". Jolie can not be present or attempt to interfere. While in Pitt's care, Jolie is only allowed to call the children one time per day and at a time agreed upon by both parents.