Angelina Jolie And Brad Pitt Divorce: Actress Unhappy For A Long Time?
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt bombshell divorce news has been the talk of the town for the week. Adding to this, the actor’s ex has come out to reveal that Angelina Jolie has hinted a problem in their marriage by just looking at her recent outings.Advertisement
Brad Pitt’s ex-girlfriend Elizabeth Daily, whom the “World War Z” actor dated in the 1980s, said that Jolie looked unhappy in her appearances, which might be the result of her ongoing marriage woes.
“I felt like it was coming,” Elizabeth Daily told Radar Online. “Even watching their movie, By the Sea, the energy was odd. It felt like art intimidating life. When I watched, it didn’t feel right.”
She noted how the “By The Sea” actress looked sullen and unhappy even on red carpet events.
“Brad is a down to earth guy,” she added. “The only thing off about Angie is she seems so unhappy. It seems there is intensity.”
She said that Angelina Jolie looked like there is something that has hardened in her. Could this be her feelings for estranged husband Brad Pitt? Does Angelina Jolie suffer from marriage woes for a long time and it is just now that she’d had enough?
“I see a brilliant, amazing mother, but when I look at her she doesn’t seem happy,” Daily said. She also noted that Brad Pitt may have cheated on Angelina Jolie on “Allied” co-star Marion Cotillard because they saw the divorce coming.
“When people are not happy things happen,” she said of the cheating bombshell, which pregnant Cotillard denied. “There was a bigger problem. Cheating or anything else is a symptom of deep unhappiness.”
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt divorce news broke out early this week, but papers reveal the “Maleficent” actress filed for the split since September 15.
The two, who were together for more than 10 years, are parents to their six children—Maddox, 15, Pax, 12, Shiloh, 10, Zahara, 11, and twins Vivienne and Knox, 8.
Angelina Jolie also asked for full physical custody of their kids and did not ask for any spousal support.