Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s Custody Battle Intensifies as Shiloh Drops Pitt’s Last Name

The tumultuous custody battle between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie has taken a new turn as their daughter, Shiloh Jolie-Pitt, recently dropped “Pitt” from her last name. This decision has reportedly left Brad feeling “hurt and broken,” marking another personal setback for the actor amidst ongoing legal disputes. The couple, who share six children, including three biological and three adopted, have been in a high-stakes legal battle since their 2016 breakup.

In 2014, when Shiloh was 14 years old, she expressed interest in testifying about her living arrangements, a move that Brad opposed. The court sided with Pitt, awarding him shared custody, but a subsequent ruling replaced the judge due to undisclosed ties to Pitt’s legal team. The strained relationships have become more evident, as Shiloh, who recently turned 18, filed to legally change her surname, reflecting her growing distance from Brad and alignment with her mother.

This name change follows a trend among the Pitt-Jolie children, further highlighting the deepening rift within the family. Brad, who cherished his bond with Shiloh, is reportedly saddened by her decision, seeing it as a significant shift in their relationship. The ongoing legal and personal challenges between the former couple continue to attract public attention, adding layers of complexity to their high-profile custody battle.

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