Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt Divorce Battle News; Billy Bob Thornton Opens Up on Failed Marriage with Jolie?
It seems like Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s divorce is still to be finalized, because their custody battle might be landing in court. Jolie’s ex-husband, Billy Bob Thornton also revealed the reasons why his marriage to Jolie failed.
In a recent report from Vanity Fair, Billy Bob Thornton has finally opened up about the real reasons behind his divorce from Angelina Jolie.
“I never felt good enough for her,” Thornton explained in an interview.
Thornton also added that he was not comfortable being with rich and important people. He admitted that he used to enjoy watching sports at home, while Jolie was out to meet politicians and adoption agencies. Although, Thornton stated that Jolie never made him feel bad about himself.
The Bad Santa actor also explained that he and Jolie are still in good terms even if they got divorced a decade ago.
“They talk every few months, she is just so busy with the kids and work and the many houses in the many countries, but the minute they connect is like old times,” an observer claimed.
Jolie also stated that she talked with Thornton and said he is a really good man.
“Probably one of the reasons I loved him so much is I do not giggle that much, and we met as two people who had been through pain and addiction,” Jolie said.
Jolie even said that their marriage wa not meant to sustain, as Thornton was focused with his music, while she became politically active.
In another Jolie-related report, the Maleficent actress unveiled that she must make a decision with Brad Pitt if they would pursue the custody battle in court or if they could come up with an alternative arrangement to resolve the custody of their six children.
According to PEOPLE.com, Pitt has been unhappy with the temporary arrangement that they have.
“He loves his kids and wants to spend more time with them,” an onlooker claimed.
Brad Pitt and Billy Thorton’s ex=wife, Angelina Jolie are yet to comment about the current case of their custody battle.