Angelina Jolie's children Maddox, Zahara and Shiloh are forbidden to use 100,000 dollars each, which is given by grandmother Marcheline Bertrand, until they reach 25.
Angelina Jolie's children have been banned from touching the money left to them by their late grandmother Marcheline Bertrand until they turn 25. French actress Bertrand left a large portion of her estate to Jolie's kids Maddox, eight, Zahara, four, and Shiloh, three - the three grandchildren she met before she lost her battle with ovarian cancer in January 2007.
They were each left $100,000, but according to papers filed in Los Angeles Superior Court last week, the money has been placed in trust funds and the kids will only gain access to their inheritance on their 25th birthdays, reports TMZ.com.
Jolie's three other children with partner Brad Pitt were not included in Bertrand's will - Pax, six, was adopted two months after his grandmother's death, while biological twins Knox and Vivienne were born in July 2008. Bertrand, who died at the age of 56, left her $661,000 estate in the hands of Jolie and her brother James Haven.