Angelina Jolie hated in Hollywood after ugly split with Brad Pitt?

according to reports, Jolie tried to malign Brad's name so that she could win the custody battle.

Angelina Jolie
Angelina Jolie (Twitter)

After the ugly split with Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie is struggling to maintain her personal relations. After her failed campaign against her husband, Jolie has reportedly become one of the most hated people in Hollywood.

According to Radar Online, Jolie's extravagant premiere plans for her new movie, and a failed smear campaign threatened her image. Reportedly, Jolie spent over $1 million on the release her new movie, First They Killed My Father. In the premiere of her new movie in Cambodia, she brought her six children along with her and also visited the king and queen of Cambodia.

According to inquisitr, "The cost of the premiere, however, didn't sit well with Netflix executives." In fact, sources claim she even convinced Netflix to add her oldest son Maddox's name in the credits as an executive producer of the movie.

Apart from this, Jolie's failed campaign against Pitt is fresh in the mind of the public. After she filed for divorce in September, Pitt was hit with several rumours about child abuse and drug use.

However, the FBI and the Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services cleared all the allegations against the actor. Brad made a comeback in the media and received a warm welcome from Hollywood when he made a surprise appearance at the Golden Globes.

According to a previous report, an insider told Life & Style Magazine that Pitt won a major custody battle. After months of the ugly battle, Pitt was finally allowed to meet his six children and that too without a therapist in the room.

"Up until now, Angelina has played games by suddenly canceling visits and making it difficult for him to see [the kids]," the insider explained.

The insider further added, "But Brad is going to get his visitation much more regularly now. She has lost in the court of public opinion and will have to hand over the kids to him and stop playing games."

This article was first published on February 28, 2017