Angelina Jolie finally opened up about her current divorce case with Brad Pitt. This is the first time she talks about the separation since filing for divorce in September 2016.
During the trip to Cambodia to promote her latest film entitled "First They Killed My Father," she was exclusively interviewed by BBC. When was asked by the reporter if she would like to comment on her divorce issue, Angelina Jolie did speak in detail but stressed that it is a difficult time for her and everyone.
While visibly trying to hold back tears, the "Tomb Raider" star said in the interview, "I don't want to say very much about that, except to say it was a very difficult time and we are a family, and we will always be a family."
She added, "As we said, we are and forever will be a family. That is how I'm coping. I'm coping with finding a way through that somehow this makes us stronger and closer."
Now, after seeing the emotional and ‘tearful' Angelina Jolie conversation with the news network, sources revealed that Brad Pitt was infuriated. Reportedly, "World War Z" star believes that the whole thing is just her ex-wife's ploy for damage control as she seeks to repair her image.
Hollywood Life also reported that the 53-year-old actor was beyond aghast with the interview and he honestly thinks that Angelina has no right to play the victim in their separation brouhaha. Moreover, an insider told HL that Brad Pitt was really disappointed and sees the interview as his ex's attempt to deflect the thoughts that she is to be blamed for the divorce.
Furthermore, sources disclosed that Brad does not think that the mother of his children was not being genuine during the interview. The actor was said to have told friends that it was nothing near sincere and deduced it was all acting.
In conclusion, Brad Pitt just wants his divorce with Angelina Jolie to be finalized and that they will come up with agreeable terms with regards to the custody of their children. His only wish is to get fair guardianship and rights to be with his kids.