Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt
Angelina Jolie allowed Brad Pitt to bond with some of their children for Father’s Day. Pictured: Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt at the "By the Sea" premiere in Hollywood, California on Nov. 5, 2015. Reuters/Mario Anzouni

Angelina Jolie just filed new custody documents in court disputing Brad Pitt’s request.

In the filing, Jolie simply narrated her current custody arrangement with her estranged husband. The couple agreed to temporarily share custody of their children in October. However, sources claimed that it was unnecessary for Jolie to file new documents in court because nothing has changed between her and Pitt’s agreements. One source even called the actress’ move manipulative. “This is pure spin and manipulation. The original agreement is temporary and voluntary and that has not changed in the slightest,” one source told People.

Meanwhile, CA family law specialist Steve Mindel also questioned Jolie’s motives for her latest filing. “It’s very unusual that she filed this document with the court for two reasons. The first reason is that most of the time, celebrities want to be anonymous. The second reason has to do with the children. Now that she’s filed this document, people are getting more information about her children,” he said.

Other than information on their children, the filing also revealed that Pitt’s visits are being determined and supervised by the family’s psychologist. Physical custody of their children, who are still minors, solely rests in Jolie’s hands. Additionally, Pitt has agreed to undergo drug and alcohol tests at least four times a month. All of their children will also undergo group and individual therapy sessions.

Jolie filed for divorce from Pitt on Sept. 19, citing irreconcilable differences. A day later, the actress’ attorney, Robert Offer, released an official statement on behalf of his client. Offer claimed that Jolie’s decision to divorce Pitt was due to her desire to focus on her own family, as well as her health. Around the same time, Pitt released his statement to People, saying, “I am very saddened by this, but what matters now is the well-being of our kids.”