Is An­gelina eras­ing Brad?

Fol­low­ing her shock di­vorce an­nounce­ment, An­gelina Jolie’s said to be con­sid­er­ing a ma­jor move

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No sooner had we re­cov­ered from tom and tay­lor’s split than brangelina came along and broke our hearts too. an­gelina Jolie filed for di­vorce from 52-yearold brad Pitt just days after the pair’s sec­ond wed­ding an­niver­sary. and in­sid­ers say ange, 41, is tak­ing charge of the sit­u­a­tion by eras­ing brad from her body for good.

‘ange’s tat­toos are very sym­bolic for her. she’s a pas­sion­ate soul who leads with her heart and loves dra­matic dis­plays of af­fec­tion when she’s in love,’ says our source. ‘it’s the ul­ti­mate state­ment of love and ded­i­ca­tion. sadly, not for the first time in her life, she’s think­ing of hav­ing the pro­ce­dure re­versed.’

an­gelina has al­ready had one of her ru­moured 17 tat­toos re­moved. after get­ting hitched to ac­tor billy bob thorn­ton in 2000, ange had his name and a dragon inked on her left arm. but fol­low­ing their 2003 di­vorce the ac­tress had it erased and later cov­ered with a new de­sign, re­port­edly the co­or­di­nates of her chil­dren’s births and brad’s too, inked by ajarn noo kan­pai, a long­time friend of ange. ajarn claims his tat­toos can spir­i­tu­ally pro­tect a per­son, adding: ‘i don’t know if my work has helped an­gelina in her life but i hope so. i hope they have blessed her.’

in fe­bru­ary, ange flew him to cam­bo­dia to tat­too her and brad on set – hers were two ink­ings on her back, while brad was said to have had a bud­dhist sym­bol tat­tooed on his stom­ach. it’s these dec­la­ra­tions of love that ange is ap­par­ently ready to get rid of – not that it will be a quick and easy process, as dr ti­jion esho of le beau ideal ex­plains: ‘dur­ing treat­ment, pulses of light from the laser breaks down the ink. it can be painful, de­pend­ing on the size and colour, and can take sev­eral ses­sions, four to six weeks apart.’

‘i think ange wants this done as soon as pos­si­ble,’ says our source. ‘she’s in­sists the pain is worth it in or­der to erase any neg­a­tiv­ity. it seems fi­nal, but she’s an all-ornoth­ing kind of woman.’

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