Shiloh Jolie-Pitt apparently opted to move in with her father, Brad Pitt, following a falling out with her mother, Angelina Jolie.
Shiloh informed Jolie that she no longer wishes to live with her, according to Life & Style. After all, it’s been years since she last saw her father, and she longs to be closer to Pitt.
An unnamed source said:
“Shiloh staged a rebellion against Angelina and basically just walked out of the house. She’s living at Brad’s home in LA’s Los Feliz neighborhood now. Shiloh hates being paraded around by Angelina like she’s some kind of puppet and finds her mom’s manipulative custody battle tactics exhausting.”
Shiloh is now a teenager and will soon turn 18, according to the source, and she simply wants a drama-free existence. And Pitt is the only one who can provide it to her. As a result, she just wants to remain with her father indefinitely, or at least until she reaches the age of majority.
The insider went on:
“She’ll still see Angelina but will limit the time to weekends only. Naturally, Brad is absolutely ecstatic that Shiloh wants to move in with him. He’s already given her a stunning bedroom overlooking the Pacific Ocean.”
Of course, when Jolie discovered Shiloh was living with her father, she apparently grew outraged. Following that, the Maleficent star declared an all-out attack on Pitt.
Jolie’s decision, though, no longer surprises the Ad Astra actor. After all, Pitt is said to be used to his ex-wife’s vengeance.
The insider furthered:
“Brad is used to her venomous attacks, though, and won’t be defeated. Besides, Shiloh is now at an age where she can make her own decisions and is willing to stand up in court and say she wants to be with her dad if it gets to that.”
However, the statements of the tabloid should be taken with a grain of salt. There is no evidence that Shiloh has been living with her father as of late. And the kid is unlikely to pick her father over her mother because she has been living with Jolie for years.
Furthermore, there is no evidence that Jolie would allow Shiloh to live with her father, especially because the exes have yet to negotiate a custody arrangement.