There is speculation in the media that all is not well between the Hollywood’s hottest couple – Angelina Jolie Pitt and Brad Pitt. According to various media outlets, Angelina and Brad are on the verge of a break-up because of Angelina’s “dark demons” from the past.

“Angie has some serious dark demons that have never entirely let go and it is still affecting her life and marriage,” a source close to the couple told Hollywood Life. Angelina, who was known for her wild and rebellious lifestyle before adopting her kids, has some issues to tackle to, added the source.

The actress also underwent intense cancer preventive surgeries of mastectomy and hysterectomy and this has reportedly taken a toll on her “as a person and a life partner.” “Some of her issues force her to retreat into isolation and pull away from Brad and the kids. It is impossible to be entirely free from who she once was,” the source added.

According to Woman’s Day, despite tying the knot, Angelina and Brad have “been living separate lives” for more than a year because of their marriage problems.

“Dedicating their lives to film work, human rights and their children left them little time for each other,” the source revealed, adding that Angelina and Brad often spends time in “frozen silence.” The website also supports its claims by adding that Angelina and kids were present for the premiere of her film “Kung Fu Panda” but Brad was not present with them.

However, Angelina and Brad’s representative has not commented on these speculations. Various other websites also report that the couple is now heading to live in London for the next six months as Brad will work on the sequel to his 2013 hit sci-fi film “World War Z.”

The rumours of Angelina and Brad’s marriage problems started when Angelina talked about her fights with Brad with the Telegraph in November 2015 interview.

“We have fights and problems like any other couple. We have days when we drive each other absolutely mad and want space,” the actress said while promoting her movie, “By the Sea,” which too was based on the theme of marriage woes.