Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie continue to battle it out as the divorce of the century rages on. In the latest development, Pitt is accusing Jolie and her legal team of leaking confidential information about their six children.
According to The Daily Beast, Pitt recently filed court documents in the Superior Court of California to request that all records of their custody battle be kept private to ensure their kids' privacy. Pitt's filing was apparently in response to Jolie submitting a document a couple months ago known as "The October Stipulation," which was intended to lay down visitation rights for Pitt.
Pitt argues that Jolie filed the stipulation even though her lawyers were aware that doing so would make certain information about their kids' health records public, including the names of their therapists.
The news documents filed by Pitt say that Jolie has "compromised the children’s privacy by disregarding a confidentiality agreement that was expressly designed to protect the minor children."
Pitt's lawyer wrote that the kids "should be protected from embarrassment and stigma resulting from public access to information concerning their emotional status and their relationships with their parents."
Pitt has also enlisted the help of a psychologist, who provided a witness statement for him saying that all court documents should be kept private for the children's sake. The psychologist cited research that showed children were harmed when they were aware of their parents' conflicts during divorce proceedings.
And as if all of that wasn't enough, it has also come to light that Jolie is requiring Pitt to be tested for drugs and alcohol four times a month while they're fighting for custody of Vivienne, Knox, Shiloh, Zahara, Pax, and Maddox.