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Brad Pitt Dead? When Was the Last Time He Saw His Kids?

Brad Pitt Angelina Jolie Divorce Dead

After the startling rumors of Brad Pitt dead has been debunked and after the hysteria over Angelina Jolie’s announcement has died down, the actor has finally been able to spend time with his children.

Pitt, 52, was able to see his children since Jolie filed decided to kickstart divorce negotiations in September, PEOPLE.com reported.

As the saying goes, “You can’t put a good man down.” Pitt may have his quirks, but he has proven countless times that he can be a real father. Unfortunately, he had to endure a lot of false news reports that circulated online, in print, and on television.

One of these published reports declared Brad Pitt dead and went on to falsely claim that Angelina Jolie had committed suicide. The death hoax that went viral has been clarified, snopes.com reported. Certain media outlets have also been behind malicious statement and hoaxes that victimized other Hollywood celebrities like Nicolas Cage, Vin Diesel, Sylvester Stallone, John Cena and many others.

In other news, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie had reportedly reached a temporary agreement that redounds to the best interests of their six kids, who are now undergoing therapy.

The Allied actor has upcoming films to promote, including the upcoming Voyage of Time: Life’s Journey and Allied with Marion Cotillardbut he has decided to focus now on his family situation.

Pitt was reported to be so devastated when Jolie severed ties from him and he was separated from their kids. Since the news of the divorce broke out, both Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have tried the best they could to protect what is most important to them — their kids.  Alas, divorce can turn ugly and had repercussions on all involved, especially the kids.

After the series of Brad Pitt — dead news has been laid to rest, the World War Z actor can only look forward to taking the path to healing. Next in line is a family counseling for the entire brood.

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