Angelina Jolie says Brad Pitt not paying 'meaningful' child support

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Brad and Angelina announced their split in September 2016 and while their separation initially seemed amicable, the divorce battle has been dragging on for almost two years.

Shortly before Jolie's attorney filed the two-page brief in L.A. Tuesday, a source told E!

Brad Pitt's friends have rallied around the actor following claims he has not been paying "meaningful child support" to his estranged wife, Angelina Jolie.

The actress, 43, is shooting the sequel to Maleficent in London, while the actor, 54, is filming Once Upon a Time in Hollywood in L.A. Pitt has also spent time with at least five of his six children in the United Kingdom, after a judge ruled "not having a relationship with their father is harmful".

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Jolie wants the judge in charge of their case to issue formal child support orders retroactively against him.

"Angelina is not in need of money and could easily put a payment plan together for child support with Brad without this aggressive approach, but this is the way she chooses to handle things", the source continues.

According to a new report by TMZ, Angelina Jolie is asking a judge to grant her a divorce from Brad Pitt, prior to the judge even deciding on their child custody agreement.

The court filing did not specify what "meaningful" support is, but a spokesman for Pitt says that the 54-year-old actor has fulfilled all of his commitments.

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The children have been living with Jolie with Pitt allowed visitation. In the June court documents, it showed that Angelina was at risk of losing full custody of her children if, depending on the circumstances, the children remained closed off to their dad.

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Jolie's lawyers are requesting to appear before a judge, so they can schedule a status conference to address all of the financial issues in the separation.

Pitt has kept a low profile in the past two years, while Jolie has recently been filming a sequel to fairytale drama "Maleficent" in London and directed a 2017 film about the 1970s Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia in which more than one million people died.

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