According to the custody agreement that has been approved by a judge on December 2, Brad Pitt will only get therapeutic visitations with the kids, while Angelina Jolie gets physical custody. The former Hollywood couple has agreed on the terms in late October.

Brad Pitt only gets visitation rights with his six kids, as determined by a therapist.

Brad Pitt only gets visitation rights with his six kids, as determined by a therapist.

Since the scandal of an abusive Brad Pitt assaulting his kids, both the actor and his movie star wife have tried to keep things as calm and as quiet as possible. None of them have directly spoken on the matter, but their representatives have sent the same message: that of both parents wanting the best for their kids and they are both willing to submit and follow any of the DCFS.

From the day of the incident, on September 14, until the present moment, the 54-year-old actor has not seen his six children but in the presence of a psychotherapist. Moreover, he has participated in random drug and alcohol testing voluntarily.

It appears that things will continue on the same path for Pitt, even though, the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services has cleared him in late October. Not only that, but even the FBI officials, after doing their own investigations, have closed the case, seeing no reason to further pursue it and making evidently, no charges.

However, the former couple has reached a custody agreement on October 26, which states that Jolie will have custody of Maddox, 15, Pax, 12, Zahara, 11, Shiloh, 10 and twins Vivienne and Knox, 8. Pitt will have visitation rights, as it is determined by the family’s therapist. A source speaking to ET says that the agreement, regarding Brad’s visitations, is meant to offer the kids the possibility of also saying no to seeing their dad. “If a child says they don’t want to see Brad on Christmas, the psychiatrist isn’t going to force them.”

Jolie and the kids are participating in family therapy since early October.