Move over, Tom Cruise!
There's a new Hollywood deadbeat dad in town, and he's not blaming his negligent ways on commands issued by his alien overlords.
According to Radar Online, Brad Pitt recently reached a painful milestone:
The site claims Brad has not been spotted in public with his kids in 900 days.
Now, that's not to say he hasn't seen any of his kids.
In fact, he's probably spent time with all of them at one point or another over the course of the past two and a half years.
But it is to say there are some seriously high tensions, and Brad's relationship with his children is not what he would like it to be.
Allow us to explain:
As you may recall, Brad's contentious relationship with son Maddox, 17, was at the center of Pitt's divorce from Angelina Jolie.
Jolie decided that Maddox is old enough to decide for himself if he'd like to continue having a relationship with his father, and he chose not to.
Maddox's younger brother Pax, 15, has also opted out of spending any time with Brad.
Maddox and Pax's younger siblings have not cut Brad off entirely, but it seems the actor sees very little of them -- and that's just the way Angelina likes it.
“Angie secretly delights in Maddox and Pax refusing to see Brad. Besides that, she doesn’t stop them when they badmouth and complain about him,” a source close to the situation tells Radar.
“Not stopping them from blasting Brad plays into her mind games.”
And it seems Brad has resigned himself to the fact that he'll never be able to mend fences with Maddox -- but he wants a chance to
“Brad knows his relationship with Maddox is irreparable, but he deserves a chance with the younger ones,” the insider says.
“He’s tried his best to clean up his act," the source adds.
"Brad’s sober and healthy and ready to be the best dad in the world.
"But Angelina refuses to give him a chance at redemption. It’s sad and frustrating.”
Sounds like Angelina's holding all the cards and Brad's got his work cut out for him.
But hey, at least if those George and Amal Clooney divorce rumors are true, he'll have someone to commiserate with.