Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie divorced: Their secrets soon unveiled in a documentary

Entertainment 27 January, 2017

Bad news for Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie! A journalist is about to reveal their most intimate secrets in a documentary …
It’s the story that shook the Web. After the announcement of their divorce last year, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have not left the front pages of the tabloids. And for good reason, the two ex-turtles have engaged in a real legal battle by lawyers interposed. The reason ? The two sides were unable to agree on the custody of their six children. So that the case was highly publicized and lasted many months . But while nobody expected it, the couple Brangelina finally seems to have found common ground. Both celebrities have decided to settle their differences in private. But unfortunately for both players, things are likely to get complicated. For if the exorbitant price of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie divorce leaked on social networks, new secrets might be uncovered in turn.
If one believes the words of one source, the Quebec journalist Ian Halperin – known for his controversial books – is about to release a documentary about the relationship of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie . The 52-year-old author would then have in mind to unveil the intimate details of their separation. Ian followed all the stages of their relationship and will reveal the real reason why they divorced.The first shock will be to learn that the couple had broken a year before the announcement their separation ” says one of his relatives to the British site the Sun . But that’s not all ! The tipster goes on to add: “Ian and his team have already managed to get yet never distributed videos and interviews with Brad and Angelina.” A film that looks explosive and will definitely make great noise he was born . In any case, not sure that it would please the main interested parties. Business to follow! Decidedly, it moves in the sphere people. Moreover, Taylor Swift would turn, ready to avenge Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. In your opinion, will this documentary be broadcast?