Angelina Jolie’s former security guard comes out with shocking allegations against her in Brad Pitt case

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s divorce has been highly publicized, and it appears that the aftermath is quite messy. Now, new information is surfacing.

A former security guard who worked for Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie is making disturbing allegations against the actress regarding her behavior while married to Pitt.

According to court documents recently obtained by the media, Pitt’s lawyers claim that a former security guard named Tony Webb was informed that Jolie instructed the children not to communicate with Pitt during their custody visits.

The documents also allege that Jolie attempted to use non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) to intimidate the security guards into keeping silent about this matter.

This revelation is part of the ongoing legal battle between the ex-couple over their joint Château Miraval vineyard, which has involved disputes over the use of NDAs and other issues.

According to the documents, Webb served as the head of Jolie’s security detail for two decades and continued in that role for about four years after the couple divorced.

Webb claimed that Jolie required him and his contractors to sign NDAs covering various personal and professional aspects of her and her family’s lives.

After the divorce filing, Webb allegedly received multiple calls from Jolie’s representative, instructing him to remind his staff about the NDAs and warning that Jolie would sue them if they testified in a custody proceeding.

Despite these threats, Webb claims that he conveyed the message to his contractors, and two of them confirmed that they would testify if subpoenaed.

One of the contractors reportedly stated that he would testify about overhearing Jolie encouraging the children to avoid spending time with Pitt during custody visits.

Both contractors testified despite the threat of legal action, and shortly afterward, Jolie terminated Webb’s company’s services.

Webb himself did not claim to have directly heard Jolie instructing the children not to interact with Pitt during custody visits. He now works for Pitt.

Jolie’s attorney, Paul Murphy, addressed these allegations, emphasizing that NDAs for security personnel and housekeepers are standard but accusing Pitt of attempting to cover up his alleged misconduct. He reiterated that Jolie seeks separation and health for her family.

These allegations come after Jolie’s legal team filed documents claiming Pitt was physically abusive toward her, culminating in the 2016 plane incident. Pitt’s lawyers counterclaim that it was Jolie who requested a broader NDA.