In an interview with The Guardian Weekend, the actress Angelina Jolie assures that she feared for the safety of “her entire family” during her marriage to Brad Pitt. Since announcing their divorce in 2016, the couple have faced each other in court, as he asks for a review of the joint custody agreement, after being accused by Jolie of child abuse and gender violence.
The actress, who lashes out in the interview against justice for not ensuring children’s rights, sentence that “A child in Europe would be more likely to have a voice in court than a child in California. That told me a lot about this country “.
In response to the journalist’s question about what made you fear for your children’s rights, the actress – who will soon release “Eternals”, from the Marvel factory -, responds that she cannot talk about it because she is still going through the legal process. “Are you talking about your divorce from Brad Pitt What about the accusations you have made against him of domestic abuse?”, Insists the journalist, but Jolie, although she is silent, nods her head.
“I am not the type of person who makes decisions like the ones I had to make lightly. It took me a lot to get to that position where I felt that I had to separate from the father of my children “. Jolie filed for divorce in November 2016, days after a drunken Pitt physically abused her then 15-year-old son Maddox. A decision you made “For the health of his family”.
For his part PittAlthough he admitted to having problems with alcohol and having yelled at one of his children, he has always denied having physically abused them.
Regarding your Rights, the actress affirms that the first time she did not feel respected in her career was at the age of 21 when she worked with Harvey Weinstein on Playing with the heart something that, in his opinion, “is not surprising.” “If you manage to get out of the room, you think he didn’t really do it, but the truth is that he tried and the attempt is already an assault,” he says, although he avoids going into details about the incident with Weinstein. “I remember telling Jonny, my first husband, who was great about it, to spread the word to other guys: ‘don’t let the girls go alone with him“, remember. “I never associated or worked with him again. It was difficult for me when Brad did. “, concludes.
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