Here's How Brad Pitt Is Dealing With His Divorce From Angelina Jolie

Sukriti Gumber , 04 Oct 2016
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt (Photo Courtesy | ©ImageCollect.com/ Globe-Photos)
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt (Photo Courtesy | ©ImageCollect.com/ Globe-Photos)

Following his split with Angelina Jolie after 12 years of being in a relationship, reports suggest that Brad Pitt is in a ‘bad shape’. According to a report in usmagazine.com, he is heavily leaning on his parents, close friends and manager for support.

A source told the magazine:

He can’t believe this is what his life has become and he’s in bad shape but the kids are the only thing he’s hanging onto. He’s been leaning heavily on his family and speaks to his parents and close friends and his manager constantly. His mom has been talking to him constantly.

Last week, news broke that Pitt and Jolie had reached a temporary arrangement that extends to October 20 and will allow the actor to see the couple’s six children. While both parents will have a joint legal custody, they agreed that the children will remain with Jolie for the time being and Pitt’s visits will be supervised by a therapist.

It is also reported that both parents will receive individual counseling as well as counseling sessions as a family with the children. Pitt will additionally undergo voluntary, random drug and alcohol testing. A source added:

He will cooperate in whatever way he can. He loves those kids more than anything.

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