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Jolie orders Pitt to either check into rehab or leave her

A furious Jolie has reportedly warned Brad Pitt to check into rehab,if he wants their relationship to continue.

Written by ANI | Melbourne |
September 2, 2009 11:59:11 am

A furious Angelina Jolie has reportedly warned Brad Pitt to check into rehab,if he wants their relationship to continue.

The ‘Tomb Raider’ star recently discovered that Pitt,with whom she raises six children,had secretly shared hashish with Quentin Tarantino.

That did not go down well with her,and she ordered the ‘Troy’ star to either check into rehab or leave her.

“Stop boozing and smoking drugs or check into rehab!” News.com.au quoted a source as narrating what Angelina told Brad.

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Brad was a self-confessed stoner when married to Jennifer Aniston.

But he had promised Angelina that his drug-using days were over after he became a dad,and she believed him,said the insider.

However,during a recent interview with shock jock Howard Stern,‘Inglourious Basterds’ director Tarantino revealed that he had smoked hash with Brad when he travelled to France to convince him to do the film.

“Tarantino’s interview allowed Angie to catch Brad getting high,and she exploded,” the source told the National Enquirer.

“She gave him a choice – give it up or get out!

“She made it very clear that she didn’t want drugs anywhere near their kids and she said that this was an issue where there weren’t any other options open to him if he wanted their relationship to continue.

“The same went for his drinking: Go to rehab – or leave,” added the source.

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