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Angelina Jolie scores huge legal victory amid child custody battle with Brad Pitt

By Reuters
27 July 2021   |   7:12 am
Last week, lawmakers at California's 2nd District Court of Appeal agreed with the Maleficent star that John Ouderkirk should have disclosed prior business dealings with Pitt's lawyers

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