Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt: Tabloid Says Pitt Jealous of Jolie and Jack O’Connell

December 10, 2014 Updated: July 18, 2015

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s marriage has exploded after Jolie fell for Unbroken star Jack O’Connell, according to a new report.

Angelina has been spending days and nights with the young actor from the movie she directed while Brad has been “blindsided and alone,” according to In Touch Weekly.

“Their attraction is palpable,” a source said.

“She’s physically and emotionally drawn to Jack. Directing and bonding with him has felt dangerous, like he’s reawakened her wild, out-of-control side.”

Pitt has not been taking the new turn well.

“He’s super jealous,” the insider said, noting that Pitt noticed the chemistry between his wife and O’Connell during their press tour for the movie.

“Angie and Jack were being so playful that everyone in the room felt uncomfortable,” explained the source. “Brad confronted Angie afterward, but Angie told him he was overreacting and pretty much blew it off. That really stung for Brad.”



“Brad is freaked out for the first time in their relationship,” the insider added. “He’s facing his fear that Angie could dump him.”

But Gossip Cop says that the tabloid’s claims aren’t true.

“Here’s what actually happened: Angelina Jolie cast Jack O’Connell in her movie, and put her arm around him and smiled while they promoted it. They also said flattering things about each other in interviews. That’s it. End of story. There’s no evidence of cheating. There isn’t even evidence of an intimate friendship beyond their professional commitments,” the blog said.

A source close to the situation added that the rumor is “ludicrous.” 

Meanwhile, Jolie told Radio Times this week that her husband doesn’t want their six children to get any tattoos. But she’s fine with it. 

“How could I say no?” she said. 

She also discussed her dreams for her children. “My kids rebelling would be if they all became brain surgeons,” she said. “But I’m hoping that when they see all the other things in the world, they’ll be inspired to be writers, politicians, activists. They’re very individual people.”

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