A furious Brad Pitt breaks his silence over Angelina Jolie’s bitter divorce claims

  • Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from Brad Pitt over his parenting ways, substance abuse, and anger issues
  • Pitt is said to be furious at his ex-wife for painting him as a ‘bad dad’
  • A source said Pitt will not allow Jolie to have sole custody of their children

Many people seemed perturbed when news of Angelina Jolie filing for divorce from his husband Brad Pitt broke out.

Angelina Jolie has filed for divorce from husband Brad Pitt on Monday, September 19 , with the legal documents citing “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for the separation.

The trigger for the dissolution of the marriage was reportedly  a conflict over the couple’s six children — Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, and twins Know and Vivienne,  Pitt’s alleged substance abuse, and anger management issues.

With the said claims, the Maleficent actress requested for sole physical custody of their children; requesting only for her estranged husband to have visitation rights.

Pitt is said to be angry at Jolie for filing for divorce — a move he says that could put their kids at risk, and there is no chance he will allow her to claim sole custody, a source reportedly told TMZ.

The unnamed source also told the publication that Pitt was furious at the actress for spinning stories and painting him as a risk to their children.

“She’s just unleashed hell,” Pitt reportedly said, after his ex-wife exposed their marital issues and the children into the public eye.

Days before their separation, the Mr. and Mrs. Smith co-stars-turned-lovers had a conversation about their impending separation; with Pitt pleading for Jolie to handle the divorce “like adults”.

Pitt was said to be concerned about their children and wanted to keep the divorce under wraps to protect the kids.

According to an article published by Daily Mail, the ex-couple’s home is now surrounded by the paparazzi; with the Los Angeles Police Department patrolling regularly because of the media frenzy.