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Source Hints That Jolie-Pitt Kids Are Bunch of Brats!

Are Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie's kids out of control?

It can’t be easy trying to keep a handle on six kids, but Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie definitely seem to take the whole parenting thing in stride.

One source who knows the couple, however, gives the impression that the Jolie-Pitt kids are nothing but a bunch of brats who are totally out of control. The source told Star magazine:

“Pax is the ringleader. He can be aggressive, and he and Maddox can get physical with each other. They’re a real handful.”

Some of the claims of outrageous behavior include the children making huge messes, and the source adds, “The kids are always yelling at the maids and nannies in French!” Supposedly some of Brad and Angie’s former staff members quit simply because the kids were too tough to handle.

This person also hints that Angelina and Brad don’t exactly run a tight ship. The kids are allowed to eat cupcakes and pastries for breakfast, and the source adds, “Brad and Angelina encourage them to express their feelings with art, so they’re allowed to draw and paint on the walls. Brad and Angie have 25 staff members, but they hardly ever reprimand the kids for that or anything else.”

Why am I not shocked that the Jolie-Pitt kids aren’t exactly angels? It’s hard enough trying to parent kids and keep them in line when you aren’t traveling the world and making movies, so I’m sure that Brad and Angie have had it at the end of the day too. I guess sometimes they are just way too tired for discipline?

Photo: PacificCoastNews.com

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