The divorce between Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have turned for the worst as allegations of child abuse have led the FBI to get involved. Former nannies have also come out to speak about the ex-couple's parenting style. Sources claim that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's kids follow no rules and have no boundaries imposed by their parents.
Brad Pitt once said in an interview with Now Magazine that they have a chaotic household, which is normal for big families. However, former employees who have looked after the Jolie-Pitt kids cite that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have no control of their children. Some nannies have ended up quitting because their work with the kids was "around the clock, with no holiday or days off," a source revealed to Daily Mail.
The source went on to say that Angelina Jolie isn't the type of mom who would yell at her kids for misbehaving. She also doesn't believe in rules, routines and formal schooling, despite exposing her children to other realities of the world such as when they visit the refugee camps or travel.
It is Brad Pitt whom the kids fear when it comes to discipline. However, with work taking up his time, he's away from the kids a lot. As parents, Brangelina "have never done night feeds or any of the daily work of getting the kids into routines," the source adds.
The children have their constant spats, with the older boys, Maddox (15) and Pax (12), often swearing at each other. Another Daily Mail report cites a source that described Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's kids as "very physical, boisterous and hard to handle." Concerns over structure have apparently been raised in recent months as Angelina Jolie has been mulling about sending the kids to a proper school since they are getting older.
Meanwhile, a day after the split, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's kids have been seen at a Los Angeles park with James Haven, the actress' brother. Mirror reports Haven is now the "full-time nanny" to the children since July.
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