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Brad Pitt is planning to divorce wife Angelina Jolie for her insane "jealousy" of actress Marion Cotillard, a magazine has claimed. Cotillard plays Pitt's love interest in the movie Five Seconds Of Silence.
"He [Brad Pitt] will be the one to file [for divorce]," an alleged source apparently told InTouch on 9 March, according to HollywoodLife. "He's fed up with her [Angelina Jolie] controlling ways, her obstinateness when it comes to listening to him about her health issues and how she needs to slow down and now her outright jealousy when it comes to other women," the source is alleged to have said.
Pitt and Jolie have six children: Maddox Chivan, 14, Pax Thien, 12, Zahara Marley, 11, Vivienne Marcheline, 7, Shiloh Nouvel, 9, and Knox Leon, 7. They got engaged in April 2012 and were formally married in France in August 2014.
After filming the movie Mr and Mrs Smith in 2005, Pitt had left his then wife Jennifer Aniston for his co-star Jolie. Jolie and Pitt later denied that their affair started when the Fury actor was still married to Aniston.
With the Fight Club actor now apparently raving about Cotillard since filming for the movie started, "the resentment has been eating away at Angelina," the source allegedly said. "She's prone to think that since she was once Brad's co-star and seduced him away from his wife, the same will happen to her," the source claims.
"She's exactly the kind of sultry European actress that Angie has always wanted to be and she's playing exactly the kind of role Angie's always wanted to play," the source is supposed to have said. "Adding to the jealousy is the fact that Marion has one thing Angelina hasn't achieved in her acting career: Oscar for Best Actress," the source added.
Cotillard, 40, has won the Oscars for the best actress for the movie La Vie en Rose in 2008, while Jolie has won an Oscar for best supporting actress for the movie Girl, Interrupted in 2000.
However, Gossip Cop has debunked the divorce rumours and said there is "no truth" to the news report. "Pitt and Jolie have been together for more than a decade, during which time they've both worked alongside many attractive co-stars," Gossip Cop reported. "The couple's marriage is going strong and this is simply a non-issue," it said.
"This past January, we exclusively debunked [InTouch] magazine's claim that Pitt was 'planning to file divorce papers' by February. Of course, time has proven that story untrue," it said. "Gossip Cop has also busted several false claims about the couple 'living apart' and having the 'fight to end all fights'," it added.
Neither Pitt, 52, nor Jolie, 40, have commented on the divorce rumours.