Reports that Angelina Jolie is planning to move to London for a top United Nations position are "absolutely false," a representative for Jolie tells ET.
"She has no intention of moving to London," the rep says. "In fact, she is looking for a new home in the Los Angeles area so that she can continue the family therapy sessions."
Court documents obtained by ET on Monday on the recently approved custody agreement between Jolie and her ex, Brad Pitt, revealed that a team of five mental health professionals are helping the family with "safe harbor therapy." Jolie has physical custody of their six children -- Maddox, 15, Pax, 13, Zahara, 11, Shiloh, 10, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 8.
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Meanwhile, Pitt will continue to have agreed-upon therapeutic visitations with the kids, as determined by the family’s therapist who “shall at all times consider the best interests of the minor children,” according to the documents. Pitt will also continue to participate in random drug and alcohol testing, as well as weekly individual and group therapy. The children will also continue to participate in individual counseling.
The estranged couple's legal agreement was approved by a judge on Dec. 2.
Meanwhile, Jolie remains a Special Envoy for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). And although Jolie may not be moving to London, she'll definitely be spending more time there next year -- the 41-year-old actress is set to join the faculty at the London School of Economics' Centre for Women, Peace and Security as a guest professor in September 2017.
For more on how Pitt spent Thanksgiving separately from Jolie and the kids, watch below: