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Angelina Jolie Is 'Prepared To Provide Proof Of Domestic Abuse' In Divorce Trial Against Ex Brad Pitt, New Court Documents Reveal

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Mar. 18 2021, Updated 12:07 p.m. ET

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Angelina Jolie is ready to come with receipts!

As her divorce with Brad Pitt gets nastier by the day, the Oscar-winning actress is "prepared to provide proof of domestic abuse" in her divorce trial against her ex new, reports have claimed. 

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New court documents that were filed under seal on Friday, March 12, show that the 45-year-old has stated she is willing to offer "proof and authority" in support of alleged domestic violence that occurred during her two-year marriage to the Ad Astra actor.

According to the records, Jolie also filed another document under seal on the same day, regarding testimony of their minor children. Jolie and Pitt share six children together — Maddox, 19, Pax, 17, Zahara, 16, Shiloh, 14, twins Knox and Vivienne, 12.

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OK! previously reported that the former flames last met up in court in November to discuss their holiday plans. The Mr. and Mrs. Smith costars initially planned to spend the holidays together, however, Pitt and Jolie's "egos have once again derailed" the original plan. 

A source explained, "Brad and Angelina are equally responsible for the never-ending drama," and "their children are collateral damage."

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The 57-year-old and the Girl, Interrupted actress — who announced their separation in 2016 — seemed to finally be heading "towards some resolution," as their long-running divorce proceedings came close to an end. Unfortunately, things quickly took a turn after the Maleficent actress filed to dismiss Judge John W. Ouderkirk from the case, due to his alleged "undisclosed" relationship with her ex and his team.

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Sadly for Jolie, her request — which Pitt's legal teamed called "a thinly-veiled attempt by Jolie to delay the adjudication of long-pending custody issues in this case" — was denied in November. 

The Fight Club star's team said that Ouderkirk's involvement had been "fully disclosed to Jolie," and she "has never objected to Ouderkirk's continued involvement in this proceeding until now."

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