Angelina also said to the point of sale: “How am I? I realize that sometimes you can survive things but don’t know how to feel and live the same way, ”she added. “So it’s more about being open. I’m really trying to be open again as a person.”
In May, Brad was awarded joint custody of his children by a judge who previously officiated the couple’s wedding in August 2014. Maddox is not subject to custody decisions. Angelina then appealed the verdict, and in July a California appeals court approved her motion to disqualify the judge, allowing her to retain full-time custody of the children, with Brad being granted only visitation rights. The actor recently filed a petition with the California Supreme Court to review the case.
“We are moving to the California Supreme Court for a review because the mutually appointed and repeatedly renewed interim judge was wrongly disqualified after a detailed, fact-based detention decision following a lengthy trial involving multiple witnesses and experts,” Brad’s attorney said in a statement E! News this week, adding, “The lower court ruling is bad for children and bad for California’s overburdened judicial system.”