Toilet Troubles: Brad Pitt And Angelina Jolie Pitt’s London Home Flooded By Sewage

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Pitt are having serious problems in their rented London home, and it has nothing to do with all the divorce rumors constantly doing the rounds. It turns out their nine bedroom rented home was flooded with sewage soon after they moved in.

The Inquisitr reported recently that Brad and Angelina were moving to London while Brad films the sequel to his zombie movie, World War Z. The famous Hollywood couple were planning on buying a home to use during their stay, but haven’t yet found the perfect house, so are renting the nine bedroom home for the time being.

Brad Pitt and Angelina are there with all the kids, Maddox, 14, Pax, 12, Zahara, 10, Shiloh, 9, and 7-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox, who will attend school while living in the British capital.

Despite all the rumors that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Pitt are getting divorced, and that Brad is staying in a “bachelor pad,” the family is very much together and currently experiencing stress after their bathroom problems came to a dirty and smelly head.

According to OK Magazine, one of the toilets reportedly had “issues,” causing it to flood the home with sewage. They were forced to call in a company that specializes in blocked pipes to fix the problem, and reportedly, the house has suffered extensive damage.

Quoting a source who spoke to the media, ”Brad and Angelina were mortified after flooding it as soon as they moved in. There was a big problem with the toilet.”

”It caused a fair bit of damage but they managed to sort it out quickly.”

While this was not a pleasant experience for the family, it seems all is in order again in their temporary home.

The Mirror rather hilariously quoted how Angelina Jolie Pitt once said how her children’s toilet habits keep her grounded. She reportedly said her kids help to remind her that she is “the person who takes them to go poop.” Maybe she took them to go poop too many times?

While Brad Pitt, 52, is busy shooting his sequel to the major zombie movie World War Z, his loving wife, Angelina, 40, will be concentrating on her humanitarian work during their stay in London. Reportedly, Jolie Pitt is planning to focus on political projects, especially dealing with the ongoing refugee crisis in Europe.

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Pitt
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Angelina Jolie Pitt and hubby Brad Pitt have lived in London before, when back in 2012 they reportedly paid a princely £17,000 ($23,900) a month to rent the Whomes Place estate for the 15 months of their stay. During that stint in London, Angelina was busy shooting Maleficent, while husband Brad was involved in shooting the film The Counselor.

At that time, the Jolie-Pitt children carried on their education at Le Lycee Francais School in Britain’s capital, and are expected to be doing the same during their current stay in London.

In other recent news on the Inquisitr, it was revealed how Brad Pitt manages to keep his healthy, young, and handsome appearance, with a combination of a good diet and expensive skin care treatments.

Despite looking so darn good, rather ironically, Brad was spotted in early February jogging around Paris sporting a full head of gray hair. The Hollywood actor was involved at the time with shooting the Netflix film, The War Machine, loosely based on the story of Gen. Stanley McChrystal, who oversaw the U.S. efforts in the last months of the war in Afghanistan.

In the meantime the divorce rumors keep on swirling around the gossip tabloids, with everything from Angelina being angry at Brad Pitt for wanting to have a baby with Jennifer Aniston, to Brad allegedly having an affair with Selena Gomez, to divorce papers “uncovered” by reporters. It seems the tabloids aren’t happy unless they are trying to trash a celebrity marriage these days.

As reported by Lawyer Herald, all the Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Pitt divorce rumors are completely fictional, and their article goes on to outline several of the rumors and how each one was debunked.

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