It became known how Brad Pitt reacted to the leak of information about allegations of domestic violence from Angelina Jolie
57-year-old Brad Pitt is extremely saddened that information about the willingness of 45-year-old Angelina Jolie to provide evidence of domestic violence on his part, became public. The documents that the actress filed in court are private and were sealed, but they became known to the public thanks to the publication of The Blast.
Brad is heartbroken that Angelina went down this path. After their marriage, there were a lot of emotions left. He took responsibility for his actions and confessed to his past problems, he stopped drinking. Their marriage was very passionate and at times toxic. Like all couples, they fought, but they also had a lot of good moments,
- said the insider.
The source added that the actor said that he had problems with alcohol and drugs when he was married to Angelina Jolie. However, he was never arrested or charged with domestic violence during his marriage to the actress. The only known incident was the actor's quarrel with their eldest son Maddox on board the plane, when he stood up for his mother during her altercation with her husband — Pitt was eventually acquitted and did not face any charges. Since then, Maddox has never forgiven his father and cut off contact with him.
Brad and his team never attacked Angelina. But they believe the leak was designed to sway public opinion until their trial is over. Brad feels increasingly isolated from his children, and he's just devastated,
- said the insider.
Sources also said that the couple's children were interviewed by court-appointed psychotherapists, and reports that 19-year-old Maddox gave negative testimony against the father are not true.
Recall that the couple is fighting for joint custody of six children (the couple has three biological and three adopted children). It is likely that the trial will end next month, and Judge John Uderkirk, whom the actress wanted to remove from the case, will finally make his decision.