The Jolie-Pitts Torn Apart At Christmas
Us Weekly|December 23, 2019
’Tis the season for good will toward men, but not all of Brad Pitt’s kids have a lot of love for their dad

This should be the best Christmas Brad Pitt has had in years. For the first time since his divorce from Angelina Jolie and their resulting custody battle (which was settled at the end of 2018), Pitt’s cozy celebration will be family only, with no pesky intruders like the monitor who attended last year at Jolie’s insistence. But instead of holiday cheer, the actor’s feeling a cold winter chill — and it’s coming from his children.


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