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Angelina Jolie’s Adopted Daughter Cuts Ties with Adoptive Father Brad Pitt

Angelina Jolie's daughter Zahara Marley Jolie takes a bold step, dropping adoptive father Brad Pitt's last name amid college life and sorority induction.

Hollywood sensation Angelina Jolie’s daughter Zahara Marley Jolie has sparked speculation about distancing herself from her adopted father, Brad Pitt, as she allegedly stops using his last name. The 18-year-old, currently a sophomore at Spelman College, enrolled under the name Zahara Marley Jolie, omitting the “Pitt” surname, a move that caught the attention of social media users during her recent sorority induction.

Zahara’s symbolic departure from the Jolie-Pitt surname is a notable development, reflecting potential tensions amid her parents’ highly publicized divorce. Adopted by Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt from an Ethiopian orphanage in 2005, Zahara, as the second of six siblings, is navigating her individual identity amidst the family’s dynamic changes.

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Angelina Jolie’s brother, James Haven, recently shed light on the challenges faced by Zahara and her siblings due to the divorce. In a podcast, Haven remarked on the discomfort experienced by the young adults during their formative years. As Zahara embraces her college life, her choice to use the Jolie surname alone underscores the potential ripple effects of her parents’ separation on the Jolie-Pitt family dynamics.

Zahara’s decision to distance herself from Brad Pitt’s surname quickly became a topic of discussion on social media. Tweets and comments emphasized the importance of respecting Zahara’s autonomy and individuality, free from the shadow of her adoptive father’s name. The online discourse reflects the public’s interest in the personal lives of celebrities and their families, especially when navigating complex relationships and identity shifts.