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13 June 2018, 10:52 | Myron Mathis
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The actress is also in danger of losing primary custody of all six kids - Maddox, 16, Pax, 14, Zahara, 13, Shiloh, 12, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 9 - to Pitt, if she doesn't ensure that they have a good relationship with their father.
According to documents obtained by The Blast, a judge in Angelina and Brad's divorce case determined that the former couple's six children "not having a relationship with their father is harmful to them", and adds that "it is critical that each of them have a healthy and strong relationship with their father and mother".
Jolie and Pitt were ordered to go through a summer schedule over the phone with their children, along with two psychologists. He will have custody again from August 11 until the estranged couple's next court hearing on August 13.
The arrangement kicked off on June 8, with Pitt granted access to the kids for four hours per day as he visits them in London, where Jolie is now filming Maleficent 2. The court determined that Maddox, 16, was old enough to decide how he wants to split his time between his parents.
The primary custody loss could happen if the Changeling star doesn't attempt to improve her relationship with Pitt. In late June, he'll get 10 hours a day. and from early to mid-July he'll get the kids for 4 consecutive days.
Pitt was cleared of allegations of child abuse by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services in November 2016. Pitt will have physical custody of the minor children (except Maddox) for four hours a day from June 8-17 in London, where the Jolie rents a home during filming.
Brad Pitt, Jolie and their family arrive in Japan in November 2011. The therapist will meet with the children before and after each two-day period.
Jolie, who filed for divorce from Pitt in the fall of 2016, is being accused of keeping the clan away from their father and making it hard for him to call them. Also, she is not allowed to read the children's text messages with Brad or give out a number to a phone that she secretly monitors.
From 21 July through 29 July, Pitt will then get custody of his brood whilst in California, and the court has put Angelina in charge of making sure they travel to Los Angeles, whilst Pitt is responsible for their journey back to London again.
Jolie can't be present during the visits, but a child psychologist will be.
Reps for Jolie, 43, and Pitt, 54, are yet to respond to media requests for comment. While in Pitt's care, Jolie is only allowed to call the children one time per day and at a time agreed upon by both parents.