On the day of her 18th birthday, the daughter of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie has made a heartbreaking decision about her father.

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt—once a golden couple of Hollywood known affectionately as ‘Brangelina’—have seen their relationship disintegrate into a series of public legal disputes and media controversies since their 2019 divorce.

Their split was not just a high-profile breakup; it marked the beginning of ongoing legal battles, allegations of physical abuse, and issues concerning their joint assets, such as a French winery.

The effects of their tumultuous split have even trickled down to their children, influencing their personal decisions and public identities…

And this is the saddest part. Keep reading to learn about Shiloh’s decision, regarding her father…

Legal Accusations and Denials

Recently, Angelina Jolie made headlines by submitting documents to the Los Angeles Superior Court, accusing Brad Pitt of physical abuse.

These accusations, which Pitt has vehemently denied, add another layer of complexity to their already strained post-marriage relations.

The former couple continues to battle over various issues, including the financial arrangements concerning their shared properties.

Children Caught in the Crossfire

Amidst these adult disputes, the effects on their children have become increasingly apparent.

Notably, their daughter, Shiloh Jolie-Pitt, chose to legally remove ‘Pitt’ from her surname on her 18th birthday, signifying a desire to distance herself from her father as she steps into adulthood.

This legal change, filed precisely on her birthday, underscores the significance of the action in her personal growth and independence.

TMZ say the name change hasn’t gone through yet, but it’s only a matter of time before it does.

Vivienne and Zahara’s Decisions

Shiloh is not alone in her decision to redefine her identity.

Her sister, Vivienne, was recently credited as Vivienne Jolie (not Jolie-Pitt) in the Playbill for The Outsiders, a project her mother helped produce.

Zahara, another sibling, reportedly also prefers to use ‘Jolie’ as her surname, distancing herself from the ‘Pitt’ association.

The sentiment against Brad Pitt isn’t isolated to the daughters alone. Maddox, the eldest sibling, similarly does not use ‘Pitt’ in his surname, aligning with his younger sisters in this familial rift.

This unified stance among the siblings highlights a broader discontent with their father, further evidenced by Pax’s harsh criticism of Pitt in a resurfaced Instagram post, where he condemned his father’s impact on their lives.

“You have made the lives of those closest to me a constant hell,” Pax allegedly wrote on his private Instagram account.

“You may tell yourself and the world whatever you want, but the truth will come to light someday.“

He finished: “So Happy Father’s Day, you f*****g awful human being.”

On the day of her 18th birthday, the daughter of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie has made a heartbreaking decision about her father.
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