Angelina Jolie’s former security guard comes out with shocking allegations against her in Brad Pitt case

The legal dispute between Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt intensifies with new allegations from Tony Webb, a former security guard for the couple. Court documents reveal that Jolie allegedly instructed her children not to speak to Pitt during custody visits and used non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) to keep security staff quiet about these orders.

Webb, who led Jolie’s security for two decades and stayed on four years after their divorce, claims he was pressured to enforce the NDAs. He was told that any staff member testifying would be sued by Jolie. Despite this, two security contractors testified, alleging they heard Jolie telling her children to avoid Pitt. Following their testimony, Webb’s firm was dismissed by Jolie.

Jolie’s attorney, Paul Murphy, contends that the NDAs were standard, accusing Pitt of using them to cover up misconduct. The ongoing feud also touches on their shared assets, notably their French winery, Château Miraval, with disputes over the conditions tied to its sale. This case highlights ongoing issues of control and attempts to manage public and legal perceptions.