Jon Voight suggests fans to hope for Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's reconciliation, says report
The 77-year-old on screen character Jon Voight - father of "The Tourist" star, Angelina Jolie made a statement regarding Brangelina's separation. He said, "things will work out," between his daughter and ex-husband Brad Pitt.
Voight went to the first night showing of "Fantastic Beast And Where To Find Them." He was recommending to fans that there might be chance for Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie to reunite.
Pitt set up a great rapport with Voight since 2005. He was in touch with him taking after the separation made by Angelina Jolie, US Magazine reported.
Brad said to Jon Voight that he was drawn on Angelina's passionate and excessive identity, as per the report. Angelina Jolie's union with her dad appeared to have been stiff before.
Brad Pitt was investigated by Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS). This was following the declared apparent abuse to their eldest son, Maddox. He was the initial adopted offspring of Angelina Jolie.
Maddox supposedly interrupted the quarrel between Pitt and Jolie while inside their private plane during their air trip home from an excursion in Paris. The occurrence in the plane was revealed to be the essential explanation behind Angelina Jolie to petition for separation.
There were additional claims regarding Pitt's madness control problems, liquor addiction and substance mishandle.
Lately, Pitt has been absolved by DCFS in its inquiry about his alleged abuse to Maddox. The custody clash of their six kids is still to be determined.
Pitt's therapeutic visit privileges to their children remained constant. This was stated in the deal signed by the two artists. Their six children are still under the custody of Jolie.
HELLO! Online previously stated that Angelina's representative released an announcement on Monday. The statement said that the ex-couple arrived to a lawful agreement about the custody of their six children: Maddox, 15, Pax, 12, Zahara, 11, Shiloh, 10, and eight-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne.
The agreement was suggested by childcare specialists. They said that it was for the children's welfare.