Report Claims Margot Robbie Reason For Brad Pitt & Angelina Split

By K. Aviles - 20 Nov '16 06:47AM
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The name of actress Margot Robbie pops up recently and is allegedly the reason why Angelina Jolie filed a divorce against husband Pitt. Speculations come anew as Brad Pitt has been cleared of the accusations against him concerning their 15-year-old son Maddox. Pitt's alleged "abusive tendencies," anger management and substance abuse were among the grounds that Jolie cited for divorce.

A report claimed that Angelina did not want Brad to work with 26-year-old Robbie, who had a cameo role in Pitt's "The Big Short" which was released in 2015. It was suggested that against Jolie's wish, Pitt used his influence in the film industry for Robbie to have an appearance in his movie, which Pitt also produced.

"Brad has had his eyes on Margot for years," IBT quoted, "He jumped at the chance of working with her so he could spend at the chance of working with her so he could spend time with the actress he's had a bit of a crush on," IBT continued in its quote.

This is not the first time that a third party has been cited to be the reason for Brangelina to split. Earlier, actress Marion Cotillard was also accused of being the reason why Angelina Jolie filed a divorce. But Cotillard, with whom Pitt had a film project, clarified that she could not be part of the Pitt-Jolie split.

Meanwhile, Jolie made a video recording addressed to the International Criminal Court to express support for a policy concerning children. Jolie spoke on her stance to protect children, citing "successful prosecution and new legal benchmark," as reported by Fox News.

It was reported that when Los Angeles County Department of Child and Family Services found no evidence to prove that Brad Pitt abused any of their six children, Angelina Jolie seemed furious and disgusted as she was allegedly confident that Brad would be found unfit as a parent.

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