Ever since the world learned that Angelina Jolie had filed for divorce from Brad Pitt, the tabloid press has been churning out a non-stop string of mostly made-up reasons that the A-list couple decided to part ways.
Things started off plausibly enough with various outlets blaming Pitt's drug use.
It wasn't long, however, before the rumor mill jumped the shark with theories about Angelina cheating with Johnny Depp.
The truth seems to be that Angie's decision to split is related to Brad being investigated for child abuse, but the Internet is still having fun speculating, dammit, and we're not about to let a little thing like the truth get in the way of some solid gossip!
The latest theory comes to us courtesy of TMZ (who, to be fair, has been pretty accurate on all things Brangie up to this point).
The site claims that Brad felt Angelina was simply too focused on philanthropy and charity work.
Yes, apparently they felt that rumors about Brad physically and verbally abusing his kids weren't damaging enough to his reputation.
So decided to toss "He hates the Third World!" into the mix.
According to unnamed sources, Brad felt that Angelina was overly concerned with saving the world, to the detriment of her relationships with her children.
The insiders say Pitt felt that Jolie was fully "obsessed with becoming the head of the United Nations" and that her ambition had "caused major marital issues."
It seems that Brad not only felt that Angelina's commitment to helping citizens of war-torn and impoverished nations was preventing her from spending time with her children, he was also concerned about her traveling with the kids to unsafe regions.
Apparently, Jolie recently took her older kids to Lebanon and Iraq.
Brad reluctantly signed off on the trip, but he reportedly drew the line when Angelina proposed taking the children to Syria.
Obviously, it's anyone's guess as to whether that argument really went down, but if there's any truth to this story, you can count us as squarely Team Brad.
There's a reason Syrians are fleeing the country in droves.
It's not really a great field trip destination.
But hey, we're glad that the current geo-political climate has entered #BrokenBrangelina fray.
Now all we need is space travel to somehow get involved.