Raising six kids alone is not an easy thing to do. Angelina Jolie knows the struggle better than anyone else. The actress is having a hard time disciplining her kids without her ex-husband Brad Pitt.
Things are becoming more and more difficult after the divorce, especially in the parenting department.
When Angie and the kids moved into their new mansion in Los Angeles, she promised them that they could all decorate their rooms the way they want to.
However, it may be not the best decision to make as it only leads to trashed rooms.
‘[It’s] a cross between a trashed frat house and a DayGlo-covered rave club,’ says a source to In Touch Weekly.
The kids reportedly ‘express themselves by scribbling and coloring on the walls.’
The source goes on saying that ‘Angelina has lost control. It’s shocking what goes on in this house.’
‘It’s a house of horrors,’ the source adds. ‘Food and water fights and soccer games in the house remain the norm. Angelina has no clue what she is doing. There are absolutely no rules.’
It seems that there are also no curfews for the kids.
‘It’s not uncommon for all of the kids to be up past midnight during the week, eating sugary snacks and soda,’ a Brad source claims.
‘They go to bed very, very late and end up sleeping in very late the next day.’
Also, they let loose their collection of pets on visitors and household staff as the source reveals, ‘The kids delight in letting loose their collection of animals–some dogs, cats, hamsters, snakes.’
The source continues, ‘The kids have been very openly defiant and unmanageable when it comes to tutors and nannies.’
Just recently, Shiloh and Vivienne were seen walking barefoot through a Target parking lot.
It seems like Angelina needs more time to adjust her life as a single mom after divorcing from the Allied actor. She is also terrified that the kids will discover the truth about the divorce.
‘Although she’s maternal, as much as she wants to be, Angie’s not good at being a homemaker,’ says an Angelina insider. ‘Juggling basic caregiving and daily schedules that include playdates, doctor’s appointments, and organizing meal times for her brood is all too much to her.’