It's Been 10 Days Since Brangelina Split, Here's Everything We Know


We have now lived a week in a world where Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are not together.

How's everyone doing? Supporting each other, I hope? Focusing on our hobbies for a bit? Drinking heavily and crying deeply every night?

If it makes anyone feel better, it sounds like Brad and Angelina are doing the best they can be doing in this situation.

The news of the end of their 12-year relationship and two-year marriage dropped 10 days ago, and Brad and Angelina have been trying to lie low since.

But we do know a few things to help soothe our anxiety in this difficult time.

Angelina Jolie is seeking full custody for the time being, but joint custody for the future.


E! News reports Angelina is seeking full custody of her and Brad's six adopted children right now, but does not intend for this to be a permanent arrangement.

Representatives for Pitt reportedly stated he is "cooperating fully."

Brad Pitt has not seen his children since the divorce announcement.


According to a report from Entertainment Tonight, the couple's six children, whose ages range from 8 to 15, are currently living with Angelina in their Malibu home.

Meanwhile, E!News reports Brad has yet to see his kids and is hoping to change that soon.

There is supposedly a video of Brad drunkenly shouting at Angelina on a plane, but the footage has not been released.


Us Weekly reported anonymous sources said Pitt can be seen on video "yelling" and "looking drunk" when the family's jet stopped for fuel at Minnesota International Falls Airport.

The source said,

Brad is seen yelling a lot during it, but nothing physical.

The LAPD is not investigating child abuse accusations against Pitt, and the Department of Children and Family Services probably isn't either.


It was rumored the 52-year-old actor was anonymously reported for child abuse after the plane incident.

The LAPD released a statement confirming it was "not handling any reports or allegations into child abuse for Mr. Brad Pitt,” while the LA County Department of Children and Family Services said it does not comment on cases involving minors.

In addition, a source close to the Pitt-Jolie family said the allegations were false, and Brad is "one of the best dads I have ever known."

Still, the actor's team has been reportedly seeking legal representatives.

So there you have it. The Brangelina divorce ain't pretty, but it also might not be as bad at you think.

At least they still have their piles of money!

Citations: How Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's Kids Are Doing Amid Their Parents' Divorce (E! News)