Brad Pitt And Angelina Jolie Haven't Finalized Their Divorce Yet Because Of Their *French Castle*

ICYMI, they've been separated for three years.
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Three years ago, Angelina Jolie decided to separate from Brad Pitt after an alleged altercation involving him and their 18-year-old son, Maddox Jolie-Pitt. Since then, there have been a bunch of reports about his and Maddox's strained relationship and people have been wondering why he and Angelina haven't actually finalized their divorce yet even though they're clearly not getting back together.

But thanks to a new report by The Blast (the site that notified everyone about Olivia Jade’s trademark applications being rejected), we have a little more information about the current state of their divorce proceedings. Basically, the holdup is that they have too much money. And you know what they say: More money, more problems. I'd personally like to see for myself if that's the case, but I digress.

Back to Angelina and Brad! The Blast claimed that they're still trying to work out how to divide everything and they are really hung up on what to do with the French winery and castle they bought in 2011.

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Meanwhile, Us Weekly has a new report on Brad and Maddox and it's pretty sad. According to their sources, Maddox, who reportedly doesn't consider himself Brad's son anymore, "hasn't been receptive." They added, "And for Brad, it's a tremendous loss."

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Brad's relationship with his other son, Pax, is also reportedly on the rocks but Us Weekly's source said, "With Maddox overseas, Brad is also hopeful that Pax will also be interested in reconnecting without the influence of his older brother." 

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Hopefully, they all come to an understanding soon and Brad and Angelina reach a settlement so they can move on.

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This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.com. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.

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