Angelina Jolie’s Father Says She’s ‘Holding On’ After Her Divorce From Brad Pitt

Actor Jon Voight has spoken out about how his daughter's coping in the wake of her split...

Angelina Jolie’s dad has given fans an update about how she’s doing since her much publicised divorce from Brad Pitt.

It was recently announced that Angelina had been granted full custody rights to the couple’s six children, Maddox, Zahara, Pax, Shiloh, Vivienne and Knox, with Brad reportedly allowed visitation rights.

And now, actor Jon Voight has admitted that his daughter is ‘holding on’ in the wake of the split.

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Angelina and dad Jon Voight...

Angelina and dad Jon Voight…

Speaking to E! News, the Ray Donovan actor said of Ange: ‘She’s OK. She’s holding on.’

He then added that he would be seeing her and the children for Christmas, saying: ‘Christmas is family, and I have lots of family. I’m hoping to see my grandchildren.’

‘I’m hoping to see my grand-nieces and nephews and be with them’, he added. ‘I’m making the plans now. By the way, I’m supposed to be making these plane flights right as we speak.’

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Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt announced their split in September

Angelina’s father’s comments come after it’s being reported that she’s been demanding that her ex Brad be tested four times a month in order to be granted access to their children.

The couple also fell out last week after Angelina made documents public that revealed personal information about the children’s therapy and the family psychologist, leading Brad to angrily retaliate with this statement:

‘[Jolie] and I have been unable to agree on a custody schedule and I intend to file a Request for Orders to establish a schedule unless an agreement is reached’.

‘I am extremely concerned that if court records regarding custody are not sealed, information contained therein will cause irreparable damage to our children’s privacy rights.

‘I am respectfully requesting that all custody-related pleadings be sealed.’