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Brad Pitt Gets Sober On First Interview After Spilt With Angelina Jolie; Details Here

Update Date: May 04, 2017 04:11 AM EDT

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie revealed their divorce last year. It has been surprising news for many fans.

Recently, Pitt has spoken for the first time regarding the famous split between the popular couple. It all boils down to Pitt's love for alcohol.

Pitt's First Interview Since Separation From Jolie

A recent interview of Pitt gives information on what may have caused the marriage to be on edge. This has been the first time that the actor has spoken to a magazine after the split from Jolie. He has admitted that he was sober during the interview, as reported by GQ.

Brad Pitt shared about having to get into therapy to stop his drinking problem. He noted that he had done everything since college and stopped everything when he became a dad, except for drinking. In the interview, Pitt also stated about how it has felt like death right after the divorce.

He went to two therapists before choosing the one that would work for him. The divorce has been a sad thing for both Pitt and Jolie. It definitely has been harder for their six children.

Pitt and Jolie have three biological children together. They also have three adoptive kids. The couple married in 2014 and got divorced in Sept. of 2016. There was an incident on the plane that triggered Jolie to file for the divorce.

Meanwhile, the couple has been working together, especially for the sake of the children. It has been reported that they have been talking to each other, especially about spending time with the children. Brad Pitt also shared that he is working hard to be sober for the sake of the kids.

The couple was together for 12 years. They have many years of their lives together and were always seen with their six children, according to People. It is indicated that Pitt has been sober for several months now.

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