New Twist As Angelina Denies Splitting! Here’s Why?

Angelina Jolie, who has had a tough time facing her divorce and the multiple headlines rubbing salt on her wounds. Now, the star is hitting yet another headlines amid her divorce story is already following up with daily updates. It was reported that she was about to split with her divorce lawyer Laura Wasser. Recent reports have added another twist to the story. Know what has happened? Read more to know the further story.

Angelina and Brad!!

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Angelina and Brad’s love story hasn’t been a mysterious one. Their divorce news had made whole industry upset. But, now after confirming the split, their divorce lawyers have been dragged into the matter.

Angelina was upset over divorce!

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Angelina was already depressed over her divorce. The regular headlines over her divorce made her life even worse. Well, has the divorce left a positive or negative impact on her life?

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Split with her lawyers!

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She had filed for her divorce from Brad Pitt. Her lawyers had made sure that the actor does not struggle a lot during the legal procedures. But, then one such news emerged which had sent her followers in a state of shock.

What had happened?

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It was reported that after splitting from her ex-husband – she was all set to mark her split from her divorce lawyers too. This shocked everyone. But, here’s the actual deal.

But, is she really splitting?

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Well, after the news emerged – it started spreading like fire. Now, there have been several reports, which clarify the stand on her split from her divorce lawyers. She has denied any such splitting.

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Rep denied such claims!

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It was reported that Angelina’s rep has claimed that the two women are still working together. There are such instances, which made them split. However, she has denied any such allegations.

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Here’s what an insider said

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“Someone is misinterpreting bringing in the experts, which is common at this point in the case,” an insider said. Joe is going to hire a new law firm, but it isn’t going to replace an old one.

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