Although Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are "good parents," their brood of six close-in-age children are running amok--especially their 4 oldest kids who have turned physically violent.Â Even with the help of nannies and a household staff, the little Jolie-Pitts are now unmanageable.
The famous A-list couple have three adopted children-- Cambodian-born Maddox, 9, Vietnamese-born Pax, and Ethiopian-born Zahara, 6.Â Then, there are their biological offspring--Shiloh, 4, and 2-year-old twins, Knox and Vivienne.Â Â The 6 kids are the culmination of Brad and Angelina's dream of a "rainbow" family, but the result is a house that's like a "war zone" with all the kids "screaming, punching and scratching each other."
According to inside sources, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's children are a "brawling mini-mob," and the ringleaders are their oldest boys.Â The superstar couple recently removed their oldest child Maddox from the exclusive Le Lycee Francais after he clobbered a classmate.Â "Maddox likes to fight for fun," says the source.Â His famous parents fear he may have anger management issues.Â Apparently, Pax also has problems.Â His mother was allegedly a heroin addict, and he lived in an orphanage until he was 3 1/2.Â Not exactly the most auspicious beginning in life.Â The brothers fight almost constantly.Â "They throw everything from food to sharp-edged toys at each other, and their brawls often lead to scraped arms and knees, cut faces or bloody noses."Â
Their sisters are no angels either.Â Zahara and Shiloh have "temper tantrums and...throw things."Â Sometimes, the girls actually get physical in "fighting and shoving matches with each other and with the boys."Â The Jolie-Pitt household is in a constant state of chaos, and it's driving Brad and Angie out of their minds.
Sadly, none of the superstar brood shows any signs of outgrowing their bad behavior.Â In fact, the older they get, the more aggressive they become.Â Maddox and Pax's sibling rivalry is so bad that Brad often has to shield Knox and Vivienne from getting injured in the "crossfire."Â
So far, there doesn't seem to be much Brad and Angelina can do except to hang in there and try to keep control of their brood as best they can.Â For the time being, they've decided not to adopt any more children.Â