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Two ‘WITCHES’ accused of wrecking Brad’s marriage to Angelina

It’s claimed the feminists turned the actress away from her husband

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The ‘truth’ behind Brangelina’s shocking split has been revealed.

The breakdown in the marriage between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie has apparently been blamed upon two political advisors, labelled meddling ‘witches’.

The Sun has reported that Baroness Arminka Helic, 48, and former William Hague adviser Chloe Dalton, 37, are the reasons for the Hollywood pair have split.

Apparently Angelina worked with them on her UN efforts and they are all directors of the Jolie Pitt Dalton Helic foundation.

The blame is now being put at their door as insiders reveal that the pair ‘plotted’ against Brad and turned Angelina against him.

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The insider told The Sun: “The three are in cahoots together and it’s Brad who loses out.

“It’s very easy to get caught in Angelina’s web for Chloe and Arminka. Angelina is a seductress of the highest order.

Another friend suggested that the pair were doing their best to discredit Brad as a father.

They revealed: “I think their end game is to support Angelina and they don’t pay enough regard to the impact it will have on Brad’s life.”

Another added: “If you went up to most people who work with the family anywhere around the world and you mentioned the nickname two witches, everyone knows exactly who you’re talking about.”

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Helic and Dalton, only started working with Angelina in 2012 but very quickly became involved with her personal life.

They seemingly ensured that Brangelina were kept apart as often as possible, even having them jetting off to different parts of the world, leading the couple to drift apart.

Angelina filed for divorce from Brad in September and asked for sole physical custody of their children Maddox, Pax, 12, Zahara, 11, Shiloh, 10, and eight-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne.

Brad is proposing to contest this next year, though the pair have reached a temporary agreement.