BRAD Pitt’s relationship with his eldest son, 18-year-old Maddox, has yet to be repaired following the alleged altercation that took place in 2016.
Sources close to the Oscar-winning actor have claimed that, despite Brad‘s hope that the fractured relationship could be mended, things are no closer to being resolved.
Speaking to Us Weekly, the insider bluntly said that the “relationship continues to be nonexistent.”
It is thought that Brad is also still not in contact with 16-year-old Pax.
Brad and Maddox were reportedly involved in a mid-flight altercation in 2016.
The incident became the catalyst for his divorce and subsequent bitter custody battle with Angelina Jolie.
Brad and Angelina divorced after a plane incident involving eldest son Maddox[/caption]
Maddox recently left his college in South Korea to return home to Los Angeles[/caption]
Brad and Angelina with their kids before their split in 2016[/caption]
At the time the FBI was investigating the matter because it took place in the air.
The Hollywood star was cleared of any wrongdoing.
Court papers for their £300million divorce gave their date of separation as September 15 — the day after the jet touched down in Los Angeles.
Angelina adopted Maddox in March 2002, two years before she entered a relationship with Brad.
He later officially adopted both Maddox and Angelina’s other adopted child, Zahara, and changed their surnames to Jolie-Pitt.
The pair are also parents to Zahara, 15, Shiloh, 13, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 11.
Maddox is now studying in South Korea, although after his semester at Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea was canceled due to COVID-19, he returned home to live with his mom.
Brad adopted Maddox as his own after Angelina first adopted Maddox as a baby[/caption]
Angelina beams with daughter Zahara and son Maddox[/caption]
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The teenager is said to be concentrating on his Korean and Russian studies while his UN Ambassador mom takes charge of his brothers and sisters’ homeschooling.
Angelina has opted for a structured routine of “waking them up early” and setting them educational tasks to keep them on top of their studies.