This article exists as part of the online archive for HuffPost Canada, which closed in 2021.

Details Of Angelina Jolie And Brad Pitt's $400M Prenup Revealed: Report

This is going to get messy.

Sources tell the site the $400 million prenup ( reports a $500 million figure), outlines exactly what the 41-year-old actress and the 52-year-old actor will receive post-divorce.

TMZ claims the two have a total of 12 properties together (purchased before and after their two years of marriage) — Pitt has seven, Jolie has two and the couple has three they bought together before 2014.

The Pitt-Jolie's Chateau Miraval in France.

The duo bought Chateau Miraval in southeastern France in 2012 and even got married on the estate in 2014. The property includes a private lake, 35 rooms and even a moat.

TMZ says it's still unclear how much Pitt and Jolie each paid for the three properties they bought together, which also includes a mansion in New Orleans and an apartment in New York City.

The site says who will get custody of the couple's six children is the bigger issue following the split.

The "Maleficent" actress is asking for physical custody of the children and that Pitt gets joint legal custody. The divorce documents also note Jolie is also asking for "miscellaneous jewelry and other personal effects," among other assets.

However, TMZ reports Pitt will fight for physical joint custody of Maddox, Zahara, Shiloh, Pax, Knox and Vivienne.

Actress Angelina Jolie, Maddox Jolie-Pitt (L) and actor Brad Pitt arrive for the 2013 Governors Awards.

Pitt has also been hit with child abuse allegations. An incident involving the actor and his son Maddox allegedly occured on a plane earlier this month. However, sources close to Pitt say the actor did not hit his 15-year-old son.

Neither Jolie nor Pitt have released statements on the alleged abuse.

Jolie filed for divorce from the "Fight Club" actor on Sept. 19. The couple met in 2003 on the set of "Mr. And Mrs. Smith" as co-stars, and were together for 12 years.

Suggest a correction
This article exists as part of the online archive for HuffPost Canada. Certain site features have been disabled. If you have questions or concerns, please check our FAQ or contact