We look more closely at the Pitt family’s tumultuous family feud as Brad Pitt deals with a string of brutal rejections from both his son and daughter.
Both the actor’s adopted son and daughter publicly criticized their father this week, ending years of rumors that he has maintained a distance from the six children with his ex-wife Angelina Jolie. In a very audacious move in recent years, Pax Thien Jolie-Pitt, Brad’s adopted son, referred to his illustrious father in 2020 on his Instagram story. Zahara Marley Jolie Pitt, his adoptive 18-year-old daughter, appeared to have dissented her father after this angry outburst when she omitted his last name during her college induction ceremony.
Brad’s family drama is occurring as he and his ex-wife actress Angelia continue to fight over custody many years after their divorce in September 2016. Brad only received visitation rights, while Angelia was given sole custody of their six children following their messy split. In May 2021, the former Babylon star’s children were given joint custody, but Angelia later prevailed in an appeal. While Brad is permitted to visit his younger children, the actress is still the only parent of their children.
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After introducing his new girlfriend Ines de Ramon, who is half his age, Brad Pitt emerges from hiding.
Brad shares three biological children with his ex-Angelina Shiloh Nouvel, 17, and Knox Léon and Vivienne Marcheline Jolie-Pit, 15, respectively. The famous ex-wife of the former Bullet Train actor also has three adoptive children: Maddox Chivan, 18, Zahara Marley, and 19-year-old Pax Thien.
Three years ago, when his son Pax publicly criticized his father on social media, Brad’s children started to criticize him. When Brad was nominated for an Oscar for his role in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood at the time, Pax reportedly shared some scathing remarks about his adoptive father.
Pax wrote, “Happy Father’s Day to this world class a*****e!” beneath the picture. You repeatedly demonstrate that you are a terrible and abhorrent person, she continued, “You show no consideration or empathy for your four youngest children, who quake in fear in your presence.” Because you are unable to do so, you will never comprehend the harm you have caused to my family.
You have turned the lives of those closest to me into a never-ending hell, Pax concluded his blistering message. Whatever you want to tell yourself and the rest of the world, the truth will eventually surface. So, you f*****g awful human being, happy Father’s Day! ” ! “
Pax was first adopted by Angelina in 2007 when he was just three years old from a Vietnamese orphanage in Ho Chi Minh City. When Pax was a newborn, his heroin-dependent biological mother abandoned him at the orphanage. Brad formally adopted Pax as his child a year after Angelina did.
His daughter Zahara, on the other hand, notably dropped her father’s last name during her introduction when she was first introduced to her sorority in college. Zahara purposefully omitted her famous father’s name as she was being incorporated into the Alpha Kappa Alpha at Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia.
Zahara proudly introduced herself during the event by saying, “My name is Zhara Marley Jolie!” I am this line’s number seven, she continued, traveling all the way from the Golden State to Los Angeles, California, a city teeming with angels.
Angelia claimed that Brad had mistreated her and their kids while they were traveling together in a private plane from Europe in September 2016, which is why they have been the target of this string of insults directed at their father. After 12 years of dating the celebrity, Angelina reportedly filed for divorce as a result of the allegedly violent incident. According to court documents, Angelia asserted that Brad choked one of their children and hit another across the face while intoxicated and out of control during the flight.
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