Angelina Jolie is in the middle of another issue amidst her divorce settlement with Brad Pitt and it has something to do with her rumored relationship with Jared Leto. The report claimed that Jolie has a longtime crush on Jared and the reason of her constant fights with Brad when they were still together.
It has been reported that Angelina Jolie is romantically linked to Leto the past days after her divorce from Brad Pitt. Even before they were still married, Jolie has been speculated of having a close relationship with Leto.
As reported by Yahoo, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have been fighting a lot of times before and one of the reasons is Jared. According to the report, Angelina really likes Jared; in fact, she has a crush on him even before. Jolie and Leto have been co-stars in films like "Alexander" and Girl Interrupted".
It has been claimed too that there was an instance when the actress sent him a script behind Brad Pitt's back. If that was the case and was indeed true, the romance might have really been very difficult for Brad to discover. When Angelina Jolie wanted to push Brad's buttons before as per Mirror UK, she would always bring up topics about Jared Leto. She talked about how much she loved dealing and working with his former co-star as well as how talented Jared is.
That's why now people claimed that Brad Pitt won't be surprised anymore if he discovers that his ex-wife and Jared Leto are seeing each other these past days. Since reports are claiming that the two are already seeing each other after Jolie's split from Brad.
There were even reports claiming that Jared phoned Angelina Jolie right after she filed for the divorce last September. Since then, the two have been seeing and meeting each other secretly. They even spoke on phone one time before their meeting in Los Angeles.
If the reports are true that Angelina Jolie is indeed seeing and dating Jared Leto, then Brad Pitt was right in the first place. However, the problem is this remains a speculation as this issue has yet to be confirmed is true.