Angelina Jolie's eating habits have gotten worse ever since she filed for divorce on September 16. As her split have been heading for a nasty court battle, Dr. Stuart Fischer, an internist based in New York, thinks the actress has "gone past the point of safety!"
"Angie's not coping at all," an insider revealed. "Her arms have become so bone-thin, they look like toothpicks! Her weight is plummeting."
Angelina's struggles with weight turned terrible after her estranged husband was cleared of a child abuse investigation by the L.A. Department of Children and Family Services. She asked for sole custody in the original divorce request. So, as Pitt was cleared of the child abuse allegations, he now has a good chance to secure joint custody over their six kids.
Following the DCFS findings, "Fight Club" star has made his first public appearance on the red carpet this month for the premiere of his newest movie. He also commented on the split, thanking fans for their continued support.
"It's really sweet, everyone has been really kind out there. It's really nice to have all the support," he said.
Apart from The Tomb Raider star, the whole divorce and custody thing had a negative effect on Brad too, as he has lost around 20 pounds since the September. However, his weight loss is nothing compared to what Jolie is going through.
Radar Online is reporting that, in addition to the weight loss, Angelina Jolie has returned to chain smoking. And even though actress fears of getting cancer, she has replaced food with cigarettes.
A source reviled that "She easily goes through two packs a day. The cigarettes kill her appetite, but she's already skin and bones." If those claims are true, let's hope that Angelina will stop skipping her meals and start thinking that her six kids need her to be healthy.
While Angelina Jolie struggles with the stress of the divorce and custody battle for their kids, Brad Pitt reportedly flew to Turks and Caicos to spend Thanksgiving with close his soon to be ex-wife refused to invite him over to see his children.