Brad Pitt Surrenders in Legal Battle with Angelina Jolie Amid Strained Relationship with Kids

Brad Pitt has reportedly decided to “surrender” in his lengthy legal battle with ex-wife Angelina Jolie after facing a painful snub from his children on Father’s Day.

The decision comes in the wake of Shiloh Jolie-Pitt officially filing to drop Pitt’s last name, a move that has deeply affected the Fight Club actor.

According to sources close to Pitt, this incident has made him realize the severity of his strained relationship with his six children: Maddox, Zahara, Pax, Shiloh, Vivienne, and Knox.

In an interview with In Touch Weekly, a source revealed, “Brad’s kids want nothing to do with him.”

This rejection has been a devastating realization for Pitt, who never anticipated the fallout from his prolonged legal disputes with Jolie, which began following their separation in 2016 after a highly publicized incident on a plane.

Pitt, who has been embroiled in a legal battle over their French winery and custody arrangements for their underage children, is reportedly willing to concede defeat to Jolie in a bid to rebuild trust with his children.

“The Hollywood hunk understands that his relationship with his kids may be irreparably damaged,” the insider added, noting that dropping his name is just one visible sign of deeper rifts.

Reflecting on his decisions, Pitt reportedly regrets the contentious legal battles.

“Brad spent a significant amount of time and resources trying to do what he believed was best for his children, but now he questions if it was worth it,” the source continued.

Miraval, their French winery, once symbolized Pitt’s hopes for his children’s future, but now faces uncertainty. “If they don’t want it, it’s a moot point,” the insider concluded.

As Pitt navigates this challenging phase in his personal life, the public remains attentive to how these developments will shape his future interactions with Jolie and their children.