They had reportedly worked out everything regarding their divorce except for who would retain custody of their six children, but a new report alleges that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are now fighting over a different baby of theirs-their French estate, Chateau Miraval.
According to Radar Online, Pitt is refusing to sell the home he and Jolie shared in the South of France, which was also the site of their 2014 wedding, and the argument they're having over the fate of the property is now what's holding things up when it comes to officially settling their divorce.
"She's wanted to sell that place for years, but he always managed to convince her to hold off," a source told the website. "Now, Brad's insisting that the property be held in a trust for the kids and he is prepared to compromise by selling off the vineyard."
Jolie however, reportedly wants to sell the estate because she feels her memories of it are all negative now, and she doesn't want their six kids-Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne-to go back there ever again because of it.
"She thinks it's cursed and doesn't want the kids there, but Brad's standing firm," the source said. "She's vowed to never set foot in the place again, but as much as she hates it, Brad and the kids love it."
The source also maintains though that Jolie may not have much choice though in the dispute, because even if Pitt were to back down and agree to put it on the market, the pair could be looking at a drawn out process before they can unload the property for good.
"Angie is making her own inquiries about selling it and finding out it could take up to five years to unload a property that expensive in France," the source said.
It is unclear if the couple has yet come to a permanent agreement about custody of their children. The last known agreement, which was drawn up while Pitt was still being investigated over allegations of child abuse, awarded custody to Jolie, with Pitt allowed supervised visits determined by a therapist. He was also required to submit to drug tests as well.