AceShowbiz - %cAngelina Jolie% really wants to cut %cBrad Pitt% out of her life completely. Two weeks after she filed for divorce from him, OK! magazine reports that the actress is eager to remove all tattoos related to her estranged husband.
"Angie's tattoos are very symbolic for her. Sadly, not for the first time in her life, she's thinking of having the procedure reversed," an insider told the publication. "She wants this done as soon as possible and insists the pain is worth it in order to erase any negativity surrounding Brad, who also has tattoos dedicated to her."
The source added that Jolie's an "all-or-nothing" kind of woman and her decision to erase her tattoos was "final."
Jolie and Pitt announced their split last month, days after they reportedly had a fight on a private plane. Pitt was said to be drunk at the time and abused their oldest child Maddox. The actor's team, however, has repeatedly denied the allegation and said that Jolie's people made the claim to help her win full physical custody of their six children.
One of those people siding with Pitt in the bitter divorce drama is his longtime friend %cMelissa Etheridge%, who blasted Jolie during an interview on %cAndy Cohen%'s SiriusXM radio show and said that the child abuse accusation was "completely unfounded."
"It breaks my heart that anyone would take something as personal as your marriage and your relationship and your rights to your children and do it as purposefully as I see it's being done," said the musician, who sang at Pitt's wedding to %cJennifer Aniston%.
"I've gone through family courts. I've been twice around this block, and I know it really well, and I know when there's some forethought to just how mean and just how you're going to put disinformation out there first," she continued and went on to blame Jolie for the fact that Pitt hadn't been in contact with his old friends since he began dating Jolie more than a decade ago.
"I really hope that he reaches back out," she said. "There are a lot of us who haven't seen him in 10 years. We all lost a friend."