¡Rompe el silencio! Brad Pitt habla por primera vez sobre su divorcio con Angelina Jolie

El reconocido actor Brad Pitt dijo que quiere pasar la página sobre su relación con Angelina Jolie y prefiere mantener una buena relación con su exmujer por el bien de sus hijos.

En su primera gran entrevista después del divorcio de la pareja, Pitt le dijo a GQ Style que no quiere que las cosas se pongan feas, en particular sobre la custodia de los seis hijos que tiene con la actriz. “Me niego a eso. Y afortunadamente mi compañera está de acuerdo. Es muy, muy inapropiado para los niños, que de repente tengan una familia destrozada”, reveló.

“Veo que le ha pasado a algunos amigos que cuando una pareja se separa hay uno que no puede contar su parte y sigue compitiendo con el otro y quiere destruirlo y alcanzar esa reivindicación atacándolo y en ese odio se van años de la vida. No quiero vivir así”.

Brad Pitt y Angelina Jolie, quienes eran una de las parejas más sexys y aclamadas de Hollywood anunciaron su divorcio en septiembre pasado, luego de dos años casados y más de 10 juntos.

A raíz de la separación el actor fue investigado por incidentes de violencia doméstica que tuvieron lugar cuando la familia viajaba en un avión, pero fue absuelto. A partir de ese momento se comenzó a especular sobre las causas del divorcio y el propio actor reconoció que durante ese tiempo abusaba de la bebida.

“Estaba bebiendo mucho. Se estaba volviendo un problema. Y realmente estoy feliz de que haya sido ya un año y medio, lo que es agridulce, pero ya tengo control sobre mis emociones de nuevo”, expresó.

“Acabo de empezar terapia”, dijo Brad, cuya familia entera buscó asesoría individual y grupal después de la separación. “Me encanta. Me encanta. Tuve que ver a dos terapistas antes de encontrar el correcto”.

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#BradPitt speaks out about #AngelinaJolie for the first time since their divorce. #RadioAzalia Brad Pitt has said he and his estranged wife Angelina Jolie are currently undergoing visitation arrangements for their six children in his first interview since the high-profile split last year. Last year, Pitt and Jolie announced their divorce after a decade-long relationship and two year marriage sparking a media frenzy over the demise of 'Brangelina'. Pitt remained notably absent from red carpet events since the split and has now addressed it for the first time in GQ magazine – where he features across three covers all shot in national parks across the United States. In the interview, he says him and his estranged wife are currently working out the visitation rights for their six children: Maddox, 15, Pax, 12, Zahara, 11, Shiloh, 10 and twins Knox and Vivienne who are eight. “I was really on my back and chained to a system when Child Services was called,” he says. “And you know, after all that, we’ve been able to work together to sort this out. We’re both doing our best.” In November, the FBI said Pitt would face no charges over an alleged altercation with his son Maddox on a private plane days before Jolie filed for divorce. The Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services also reportedly probed the actor but closed the investigation with no finding of wrongdoing. Pitt told GQ he did not want to drag their divorce and custodial agreements through the courts and that “fortunately” Jolie agrees. “It’s just very, very jarring for the kids, to suddenly have their family ripped apart,” he said. The 53-year-old said his divorce hit him “smack in the face” that he has to be more for his children and made him confront his emotions. “I grew up with a Father-knows-best/war mentality – the father is all-powerful, super strong – instead of really knowing the man and his own self-doubt and struggles. And it’s hit me smack in the face with our divorce: I gotta be more for them. I have to show them. And I haven’t been great at it.” Pitt also reveals he has started attending therapy which he “loves”.

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There's obviously incredible grief. This is like a death— Yeah. There's a process— Yeah, I think for everyone, for the kids, for me, absolutely. So is there an urge to try to— The first urge is to cling on. Then? And then you've got a cliché: “If you love someone, set them free.” Now I know what it means, by feeling it. It means to love without ownership. It means expecting nothing in return. But it sounds good written. It sounds good when Sting sings it. It doesn't mean fuck-all to me until, you know— ••• Brads new interview with GQ…. I'm just gonna go cry in a corner thanks…. thanks to my best friend for holding me while I was reading the interview 🙃💔 – #angelinajolie #bradpitt

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