Angelina Jolie has 'banned' Jennifer Aniston from seeing her kids after she helped Shiloh land acting gig

The 'Friends' star was banned from seeing any of the six kids following reports that Jolie was furious that Aniston was trying to forge a relationship with her kids.


                            Angelina Jolie has 'banned' Jennifer Aniston from seeing her kids after she helped Shiloh land acting gig
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It seems hell hath no fury as Angelina Jolie scorned. Just days after news broke of her former husband Brad Pitt's first wife, Jennifer Aniston, helping her daughter Shiloh land the first movie deal of her career, it is being reported that the 'Maleficent' actress banned the actress from ever seeing any of her kids in the future. 

Pitt and Jolie share half a dozen kids together — 18-year-old Maddox, 16-year-old Pax, 15-year-old Zahara, 13-year-old Shiloh, and 11-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox. According to Celebrity Insider, the 'Friends' star was banned from seeing any of the six kids following reports that Jolie was furious that Aniston was trying to forge a relationship with her kids.

As reported earlier by MEA WorldWide, Shiloh, 13, has always expressed a desire to become an actress but Jolie wanted her daughter to focus on her studies instead.
 
So it was no surprise that she did not like the fact that Aniston helped Shiloh land a small role in the upcoming 'The Goree Girls' where she would co-star with Aniston. “After Jen revealed there was a small role for Shiloh, Pitt managed to get Jolie to agree on the basis filming wouldn’t interfere with her studies. But Jolie is apparently furious — even more so given her daughter will be starring alongside Brad’s first wife,” an insider said. “While the contract is yet to be signed, Brad’s hoping Ange does not pull any last-minute stunts." 

Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston attend the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on January 19, 2020, in Los Angeles, California. (Getty Images)

Aniston, who is also the new rumored flame of the 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' actor after he graced her 50th birthday bash last year, is incredibly supportive of the youngster's acting aspirations, the source added. Apparently, she has assured Pitt that she will be looking out for more potential roles for Shiloh in the future that can improve her self-confidence.  

A source also told Celebrity Insider in the recent report that Jolie's decision to reopen the custody battle for her kids, where she has filed for sole custody of all the kids, was based on Aniston and Shiloh’s budding friendship. This bit of information might not be true as the news of Jolie's renewed efforts to gain custody of her kids came out long before the news of her daughter getting close to her ex's first wife became public.

As for the report of Jolie wanting to ban Aniston from seeing her children, it is to be regarded with a grain of salt as none of the parties involved in this bitten feud have confirmed the same. 

Meanwhile, MEAWW reported that the renewed efforts for child custody had left Pitt frustrated as he was tired from proving time and again that the kids were his top priority. 

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie attend 'The Tourist' premiere at Palacio de los Deportes on December 16, 2010 in Madrid, Spain. (Getty Images)

Jolie's "burning desire to move abroad" and take the kids with her had made negotiations more complicated as the court has disallowed her from doing so given that Pitt is settled in LA and hence the kids have to be in town to visit him on scheduled dates.
 
“LA is the kids' home and he'll be damned if he's going to fly around the world for partial visitation. He also makes the argument that he's paid many millions over the years in child support — something that Angelina bitterly contests," a source said.  

Pitt "refuses point-blank" to let his ex-wife take the kids with her permanently and move to another country. "Brad's very frustrated and claims Angelina is being totally unreasonable, but she's more determined than ever to dig in. She’ll never forget or forgive what he put the family through and thinks he has an incredible nerve to try and call any shots — however much he may claim to have turned his life around," the source added. 

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