Brad Pitt has allegedly given up on his kids and any hope that he can still reunite with them.

Star claimed that Pitt has finally accepted the fact that his ex-wife, Angelina Jolie won’t allow him to ever reunite with their children.

A source claimed that the Once Upon A Time In Hollywood actor is heartbroken over what happened to the point that he can no longer stay in the same city as his kids.

After all, Pitt always had the urge to break the rules and meet his children. But now that he has accepted the fact that he won’t seem them anymore, he wants to be as far away from them as possible.

“He’s convinced that the only thing the litigation is doing is destroying his relationship with his kids. L.A. is a painful reminder of all he’s lost. He still talks Shiloh and the twins, but they’re not as close as they were. The kids are growing up. Brad figures maybe it’s best if they come to him of their own volition,” the source said.

Meanwhile, a source recently claimed that Pitt is blaming Jolie for purposely harming the reputation of his wine company, Chateau Miraval.

In his latest court filing, Pitt also said that Jolie did not contribute anything to the success of his company. But the Maleficent star still purposely inflicted harm on the brand after she sold her shares. Prior to their divorce, the exes agreed that they will never sell their shares no matter what happens.

Pitt’s lawyers also said that the person who bought Jolie’s shares has every intention of taking over Chateau Miraval.

“Jolie pursued and then consummated the purported sale in secret, purposely keeping Pitt in the dark, and knowingly violating Pitt’s contractual rights,” the filing reads (via People).

As of writing, Jolie has not yet responded to Pitt’s court filing. But it’s only a matter of time before the actress does.

Even though Pitt and Jolie’s divorce has been finalized a long time ago, the exes still haven’t reached an agreement over the company and their children.

Prior to this, the Ad Astra actor also accused his ex-wife of prolonging their custody battle until all their children are over the age of 18. When this happens, Pitt will no longer be able to fight for their custody because they are already adults.