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Jennifer Aniston Banned from Seeing Angelina Jolie’s Kids



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Angelina Jolie has told Jennifer Aniston, ex-wife of her partner, Brad Pitt, in no to stay away from her kids, in no uncertain terms.

Angelina and Brad Pitt raise six children together, although the two have yet to marry. Many in the rest of the world are probably still waiting for the rematch of the Golden Couple, Brad and Jennifer. Maybe there is some uncertainty with Angelina too, about the security of her relationship. Maybe she really does see Jennifer Aniston as a threat.

Whatever the reasons, Angelina has vehemently insisted that ‘That woman’ (a.k.a. Jennifer Aniston) stays away from her children. She reportedly told Brad that it is one thing for him to hang out with Jennifer as the two still seem to do a lot, but it was quite another for Jen to be anywhere near Angelina’s kids.

Apparently, Angelina is worried that Jen will try to act as some kind of surrogate mother to her six kids and will confuse them, especially her youngest, 4 year old Shiloh, if Brad is seen to be spending time with another woman.

One would have thought it would only be confusing if Brad and Jen were behaving in certain ways i.e. like a couple. But Brad insists he sees Jennifer ‘for work’. So is that what Angelina is scared of? Brad has tried to reassure Angelina that it is purely an innocent friendship with Jen and she is said to accept that – so long as her kids are not involved. But she’s having none of it. Angelina is adamant that when Brad has the kids, Jen is banned. What he does on his own time is his business, she says curtly.

So what do you think? Is Angelina right to impose a ‘Jen ban’? Should she worry that her children will be confused seeing their Dad with a female friend? Or should Angelina lighten up and accept that the Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston friendship is as innocent as he says it is?
 
 

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5 Responses to “Jennifer Aniston Banned from Seeing Angelina Jolie’s Kids”

  1. Ludite says:

    why would Jen even want to see those kids? who wants small sticky smudges all over your designer trousers, your earrings pulled out and your hair tied in knots???? I bet she’s told Brad she’ll see him so long as he leaves the ankle biters with Angie :)

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  2. rosie says:

    angelina shouldnt be worried about jennifer, i mean like come on angelina is 10x better than jennifer, and plus brad is in love with angelina…duh

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  3. Alison Steed says:

    I know Brad is probably not going on looks here but I’d feel threatened too if I were competing with Jennifer. Angelina just doesn’t add up.

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  4. Jenilina Joliston says:

    Before, Brad saw Angelina “for work”… and that’s how she stole Brad from Jen. No wonder why she is scared that Brad sees Jen “for work”. Just a thought…

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  5. Emma Fitzgerald says:

    Always interested in hearing about her. Jolie is so talented. A celebrity I both admire and fantasize about!. Look forward to seeing her next film. The pop art painting I purchased of her is well good and will be hung on my wall forever!

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