Brangelina Divorce: Brad Pitt Not A Good Father To His Children With Angelina Jolie?
While some reports have alleged that Brad Pitt was a cheater and an alcoholic, a new update has hinted that there could be another reason for the highly-controversial Brangelina divorce.Advertisement
The entertainment world was shaken when it was reported early this week that Angelina Jolie filed a divorce from her husband Brad Pitt due to irreconcilable differences.
Amid the fact there had already been split rumors hurled at them in the past, fans, and maybe a number of their friends, might still have some difficulty believing that it really was happening.
With the revelation about the Brangelina divorce, speculations about its reasons immediately made their way to different headlines.
According to TMZ, the same publication that broke the divorce news between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, a new angle pertaining to the possible cause of their broken romance has come out.
Allegedly, the 52-year-old actor’s capacity as a father is now being questioned, as an investigation is currently being done.
It was revealed that the investigation is allegedly centered on child abuse.
Accordingly, he made a scene inside an aircraft when he was screaming and “getting physical” with his children with the 41-year-old actress.
Following the incident, the Los Angeles Police District and LA County Department of Children and Family Services have already been looking into the alleged abuse the estranged husband of Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, committed to their children.
As narrated by a source, the actor “takes the matter very seriously and says he did not commit any abuse of his children.
“It’s unfortunate that people involved are continuing to present him in the worst possible light,” the unnamed informant said.
According to Snopes, the divorce case Angelina Jolie filed against Brad Pitt on Monday incorporated her request to have “sole physical custody of the couple’s six children (Maddox, 15, Pax, 12, Zahara, 11, Shiloh, 10, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 8).”