Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from Brad Pitt
Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from Brad Pitt in September after two years of marriage, ending a relationship that began in 2005 REUTERS/Andreas Rentz/Pool

The battle of Hollywood's power couple, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt is about to end but how things will turn eventually that's hard to say. As situations are in favour of Pitt and in that case Jolie can be forced to hand over their kids.

According to Life & Style, the courts is turning against Jolie. The source revealed: "She has lost in the court of public opinion and will have to hand over the kids to him and stop playing games."

The source added that Pitt's surprise visit to Golden Globes changed everything. The insider added: "It really sent a message about how people have seen him as acting responsibly during Angelina's entire smear campaign against him. There's no question Brad has won this battle."

"There are huge disagreements between members of her team. They are fighting. Some of them don't like her campaign against Brad," the source revealed.

Moreover, her top advisors want to leave as the source shared: "There's no evidence the kids are in any danger with Brad, so a judge has no reason to deny him joint custody. But there is simply no reasoning with Angie on the issue."

Meanwhile, Yahoo reported that Brad Pitt moved back into the old home where he lived with Jolie and the kids. The Allied actor had moved out of the house after Jolie filed for divorce in September.

According to the source, "Brad wants to prove to the courts that he's putting the children's welfare first. Obviously the family circumstances have changed dramatically, but he wants them to feel at home there. He's doing everything he can to try and fight for his kids."

While all this mess is on, Zahara's biological mom now wants her daughter back. Mentewab Dawit Lebiso said: "I just want her to know that I am alive and here and long to be able to speak with her. I do not want my daughter back but just to be in contact with her and be able to call her up and talk with her."