Printer Friendly

New Rumors About Angelina Jolie And Brad Pitt Debunked.

A lot has been written about Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt ever since the two got together on the set of the film "Mr. and Mrs. Smith." Many of the stories about the two celebrities are false rumors, and these reports have only increased in number after their divorce. The most recent speculation about the ex couple has now been debunked.

A recent tabloid story suggested that Jolie "misses" Pitt and feels "disappointment" about their marriage. According to ( Gossip Cop , this story is a fabrication and the tabloid that ran the report reportedly has a history of running madeup articles about the Hollywood couple.

Pitt and Jolie are in the middle of settling their divorce. The most important issue at the moment is the custody of the children. Pitt currently has rights to supervised visits with his children under a temporary arrangement between him and his ex wife. According to the recent media reports, the two had a face-to-face meeting to iron out a permanent settlement.

According to the tabloid story, Jolie was "emotional" after leaving the meeting. A "source" close to the actress apparently revealed that she still "misses" her ex-husband. This source also claimed that Jolie left the meeting with a "feeling of disappointment" because their marriage is coming to an end.

But no one in the inner circle familiar with the development of Pitt and Jolie's divorce settlement and custody battle is sharing any information with the magazine that ran this story. Both the actors have moved on after they separated.

Despite the divorce proceedings, the focus of the couple is the welfare of the children. According to ( People , Jolie and some of her kids were seen selling organic dog treats at a dog park in November.

Pitt and Jolie are no longer a couple, but they continue to be partners in their wine business. According to ( Entertainment Tonight , the celebrities are planning to keep the 1200-acre French estate they own together to make wine.

COPYRIGHT 2019 Newsweek Media Group
No portion of this article can be reproduced without the express written permission from the copyright holder.
Copyright 2019 Gale, Cengage Learning. All rights reserved.

Article Details
Printer friendly Cite/link Email Feedback
Publication:International Business Times - US ed.
Date:Feb 4, 2019
Previous Article:Tesla's AutoPilot Saves Man From Car Crash During Snowstorm.
Next Article:Sarah Ferguson's 'Showgirl Style' To Make A Comeback Through This Brand.

Terms of use | Privacy policy | Copyright © 2022 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters |