Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Had Detailed Prenup

| by Michael Doherty
Brad Pitt in 2007.Brad Pitt in 2007.

Actors Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie reportedly had a detailed prenuptial agreement for their two-year marriage, which lists who will get what in the couple's divorce.

After Jolie filed for divorce earlier in September, sources close to the stars have reportedly told TMZ that the couple had a prenup since the start of their marriage in 2014, detailing exactly who gets what from the couple's combined $400 million fortune.

Pitt and Jolie own 12 properties together, seven of which belong to Pitt, two belonging to Jolie, and three others the couple bought together before they married. The properties include a New Orleans mansion, a French vineyard and an apartment in New York. It's not public who will get which properties in the split, but the prenup reportedly covers that.

Sources also told TMZ that Jolie did not file for divorce because of Pitt's rumored affair with actress Marion Cotillard, but because of issues that Pitt allegedly had with alcohol and marijuana, as well as issues dealing with anger with the couple's six children.

After the divorce became public, reports came out that there had been an incident on the family's private plane where Pitt was reportedly verbally and physically abusive toward one of his children while he was under the influence of alcohol. Police and representatives for Pitt have denied the allegations, according to Romper.

While the Los Angeles Police Department said that there was no police investigation involving Pitt after the plane incident, The Huffington Post reported that the Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services was investigating claims against the actor.

During the alleged incident on the plane, Pitt was reportedly drunk and attempted to leave the tarmac in a fuel truck.

Jolie is asking for sole physical custody of the couple's children, and wants him to only have visitation. Pitt is reportedly fighting for joint physical custody.

After his wife's filing, Pitt released a statement asking for privacy for his family.

"I am very saddened by this, but what matters most now is the wellbeing of our kids," said the actor. "I kindly ask the press to give them the space they deserve during this challenging time."

Sources: TMZ (2), Romper, The Huffington Post / Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons

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