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11:17, December 7

Brad Pitt's mother, 79-year-old Jane Etta Pitt, spoke about the behavior of her former daughter-in-law, 44-year-old Angelina Jolie. The woman said that actress does not allow them to communicate with grandchildren, The Innersane reported.

Etta Pitt never hid that she sympathizes with her son’s first wife, 50-year-old Jennifer Aniston. Women still maintain good relations - they often call up and meet. Thus, when Jolie and Pitt separated, the Hollywood movie star decided to take revenge on Pitt’s parents.

Angelina does not allow her six children to meet with their grandparents.

Not only did Angelina mercilessly slander the son, she also sets up children against their father, Jane Etta Pitt said.

Pitt's mother admitted that she has long dreamed of meeting Jolie in person, because she does not manage to resolve the issue remotely.

Etta, along with her husband, 78-year-old William Pitt, intends to fly to his son to celebrate Christmas in a family circle. The star mother clarified: it was originally supposed that Brad would celebrate the holiday with the heirs, but Angelina found a reason for the children to stay with her that day.


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