Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie’s children are not expected to take a stand in the bitter custody fight

The custody fight between former Hollywood couple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt continues to be bitter as the case progresses.

According to recent Intel, the case is now likely to involve many more witnesses, after news broke earlier about Pete, involving Jolly’s former costar Jillian Armante as a witness to his stance.

No. Two former assistants Maleficent Along with the actor, bodyguards, security experts, medical professionals, violence experts are also expected to be called to the stand.

Other than that, Pitt’s list also includes the name of a family friend.

It was further revealed that the previous couple’s six children – Maddox, 18, Pax, 16, Zahra, 15, Shiloh, 14 and twins, Vivienne and Knox, 12 – were not expected to take part in the detention.

Talking to Hollywoodlife, Divorce attorney Raul Felder explained why children are not included.

“Normally speaking children don’t go up to the stand. If it is necessary [to hear their side] The judge may visit them in private. Judges are very experienced in talking to children, but they hate it because no matter how nice the judge is it is a litmus test for the child.

“The child is in a strange place, in a big stone building, people with guns moving around in uniform and they have to see their mother or father at a different table. It’s just a terrible way to move forward and I really feel like a judge. [in Brad and Angelina’s case] Certainly not at this stage of proceeding, it is not to be allowed. ”