A former caregiver who works for partner Angelina Jolie-Brad Pitt talks about the "toxic" relationship between the two actors and makes a statement about "tense situations in their homes."
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt were separated in 2016, but the divorce is not finished. On December 4, the two will face the court again with the intention of obtaining a final agreement on child custody, as well as the distribution of property and property.
Revelations made by ex-couple employees, published in the book "Brangelina: The Real Story of Brad Pitt and Angeline Jolie," launched in 2009 by Ian Halperin, can influence the judge's decision, writes archynety.com.
Biographers return to statements made by caregivers in a recent interview. He reported that he had met with several groups of former Jolie-Pitt couples, including former employees, to document his book.
So, according to Ian Halperin, Bona told him that Angelina was always depressed and jealous: "He (no-bona) described me Angelina was unable to control her emotions, was depressed by repeated career failures and was very jealous".
"He could not keep Brad from earning more money than he did and, since he left home, he suspected him of being an affair," the biographer told the woman.
The author added that "the atmosphere is very toxic for children who often cry."
Chronicle of unexpected divorce
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, who have been together for 12 years and have represented the most glamorous Hollywood couple, parted ways in September 2016. The actress requested a divorce "for the good of the family," demanding custody of six children, three adopted – Maddox (16 years ), Pax (14 years) and Zahara (12 years) – and three biologists – Shiloh (11 years) and twins Vivienne and Knox (9 years).
"It was the most difficult time, and now we are still trying to get back, we all do our best to cure our family," said Angelina Jolie.
The actress also said relations with Pitt began to deteriorate in the summer of 2016 when she directed in Cambodia the film "First They Killed My Father". "Everything's getting ugly … I don't want to use that word … everything is difficult," Jolie admitted.
When asked whether lifestyle has signaled Pitt, an intense view in the foreign press, Jolie has become defensive, as noted by the interviewee.
"Our lifestyle is not at all negative. That is not the problem. It is and will remain one of the extraordinary opportunities we can offer our children (referring to many trips in areas affected by poverty and war – n. red.). There are six people who are very wise and powerful. I am very proud of them. They are very brave. We all care about what makes me want to divorce. Children do not suffer from divorce itself, they are healed …. by some things that have happened, "Jolie explained.
In fact, the problem arose after Angelina accused Brad of not spending enough time with their six children.
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