It's been almost three months since Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from Brad Pitt, and the split continues to make tabloid headlines, which is a bit surprising.
Obviously, the fact that people remain interested is no shock, but given how closely Brad and Angie have guarded their privacy over the years it's a little surprising that there's such a wealth of information to report on, much of it backed up by legal documents and other reliable sources.
Now it's beginning to look like the steady stream of insider intel is no accident.
According to TMZ, Pitt has requested an emergency hearing in order to prevent Jolie's team from spilling any more secrets to the press.
According to his filing, "seal all documents and proceedings" related to his ongoing custody battle.
Insiders say Brad isn't concerned for his reputation, but rather for his kids.
The actor reportedly believes that Angie's airing of his dirty laundry has been traumatic for the former couple's six children.
Sources claim there was one specific move Angelina made recently that prompted Brad to ask a judge to intervene.
We learned this week that Brad's monitored visits with his kids are even more strictly regulated than previously thought.
It seems Brad doesn't even get any say in when he sees his kids, and the schedule is decided by Angelina and the therapist who monitors the visits.
Pitt's team says the agreement was reached privately, and the only reason that Angelina is making the details public is to damage his public image and make him look like an abusive father.
Sources close to Angelina say that any moves her team made with regard to the court's decision were motivated strictly by her desire to ensure that the ruling stays in place.
Pitt's people say he had no intention of challenging the decision, thus making the latest info leak unnecessary.
Needless to say, the situation is getting far uglier than anyone expected.
Hopefully, both parties are really putting their kids health and happiness above their own self-interest - as they so frequently and publicly say they are.