Angelina also told the outlet, “How am I? I’m realizing that sometimes you can survive things, but not know how to feel and live in the same way,” she added. “So it’s more about being open. I’m really trying to be open as a human being again.”
Back in May, Brad was granted joint custody of his children by a judge who previously officiated the couple’s wedding in August 2014. Maddox is not subject to the custody decision. Angelina then challenged the ruling and in July, a California appeals court approved her request to disqualify the judge, allowing her to retain full-time custody of the children, with Brad granted only visitation rights. Recently, the actor filed a petition with the California Supreme Court to review the case.
“We are seeking review in the California Supreme Court because the temporary judge, who had been appointed and repeatedly renewed by both sides, was improperly disqualified after providing a detailed, fact-based custodial decision, following a lengthy legal process with multiple witnesses and experts,” Brad’s lawyer said in a statement to E! News this week, adding, “The lower court’s ruling is bad for children and bad for California’s overburdened judicial system.”