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Brad and Angelina live like filthy slobs

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Staff accuse Brangelina of living like hobos

Recent claims suggest that the famous Brangelina couple are not as glamorous and well-kept as they may appear in the public eye.

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie share a multimillion-dollar mansion, which, according to their housekeepers, is strewn with pizza boxes and discarded food.

A source told The Daily Star, "They live like a couple of hobos, with pizza boxes around them, food left out to spoil, and toothpaste and crayon marks on the walls. It's actually pretty disgusting."

In contrast to the spotless and elegant appearance that the couple always seem to portray when gracing the red carpets and "Best-Dressed" lists — their at-home life seems to paint a very different picture.

The couple reportedly have a very relaxed take on parenting and let their six children run around the house having "toothpaste wars," claim their disgruntled staff.

Pitt has also been described as a "hoarder," keeping an overwhelming number of books and magazines at home.

The source added, "He's a total hoarder. He's collected so many books and magazines, he's just running out of space to store everything. Things just get stashed everywhere and anywhere he can find."

No doubt it is not easy raising six children and working full time — the Brangelina brood consists of Maddox, 12, Pax, 9, Zahara, 8, Shiloh, 7, and the twins Vivienne and Knox, both 5.

Both Pitt and Jolie love being parents and Pitt has previously gushed about his chaotic family life, telling Esquire, "There is a constant chatter in our house, whether it's giggling or screaming or crying or banging. I love it. I love it. I hate it when they're gone. I hate it."

"Maybe it's nice to be in a hotel room for a day — Oh nice, I can finally read the paper. But then, by the next day I miss that cacophony, all that in my life," Pitt said.

Photo credit: WENN.com
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