Shiloh Jolie Pitt Speaks Out About Her Family’s Divorce Battle

Divorce is a difficult time for any family, but it can be particularly tough on the children involved. This is certainly the case for Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s six kids. The media frenzy and public scrutiny surrounding their parents’ bitter custody battle has made it nearly impossible for them to have a normal life.

Now, as Brad and Angelina face off in court for custody of their children, their brave daughter Shiloh is ready to speak out on behalf of her siblings. Shiloh, who is turning into a strong and well-spoken young girl, wants the world to know that they are desperate to be reunited with their dad.

According to a close source, Shiloh has been keeping her thoughts to herself for a long time, but recent events pushed her to her breaking point. She wants the world to understand just how much she and her siblings miss Brad and how torn they feel between their parents.

While Shiloh loves her mom, our insider reveals that her tell-all could shed light on Angelina’s behavior since the split, the fiery arguments between her parents, and the emotional breakdowns that she and her siblings have experienced. She has been documenting everything that has happened since the divorce and hopes that by speaking out, it will help her mom realize how unhappy they are.

News of Shiloh’s intentions to speak out comes at a time when Brad and Angelina’s court proceedings have turned nasty. Angelina has accused Brad of not providing meaningful child support, while Brad claims she is manipulating the media. Brad, who has given up drinking to prove he is a good father, finds it “disgusting” that Angelina has made private details public. He also worries that their children, who are old enough to read social media, will be affected by what is being written about them.

The Jolie-Pitt family’s divorce battle is clearly taking its toll on the children. Shiloh’s desire to speak out shows just how much they long for a resolution and a chance to be a complete family once again.