Brangelina’s Former Bodyguard Confirmed That He Fathered The Couple’s Kids

Reports, with relation to Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, never seem to reach a ceasefire. First, would be their separation followed by Brad Pitt being emotional when he saw his kids and Angelina experiencing anxiety and weight loss. Truly, the former couple is the talk of the town to date. But that didn't end there; news regarding their former bodyguard is circulating around online publications.

According to Daily Mail, Mark Billingham, the said bodyguard, said that the former couple is in great fear about their children being kidnapped and put into ransom. He added that he almost spent 18 months to head the security of the couple and their children. These were measures that Mark's team has done to ensure the safety of the stars, having stalkers of their own.

Mark was trusted by Brangelina so much that he is allowed to bond with the couple's children on any place they would want to go. The couple is so protective of the security of their children that even their own safety personnel looks suspicious to them.

'Even when I wanted to bring in extra people, they wouldn't let any of those near the kids,' Billingham said in one of his interviews.

The former bodyguard reiterated that during his course of being the head of the security for the couple he only went how for six weeks. So, he had to quit this job to have a more private and peaceful life.

As of today, Billingham would be entering the entertainment industry as an instructor for 4's SAS: Who Dares Wins. A show that puts civilians in an SAS selection test in the Ecuadorean Jungle, as cited in news.com.au.

Billingham stated that Brad Pitt should never be part of the show. As he said:

 "Brad wouldn't last long because he wouldn't have any cream to put on his face."

"It would be too sweaty and uncomfortable for him. He's too pretty!"

"But Angie could do it. She'd probably be the only one with balls at the end. She would stick it out."

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