The worried couple have hired a therapist to help the seven-year-old with his aggression problems, after catching him bullying his siblings.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt fear Pax, 7, may still be scarred by the time he spent in a Vietnamese orphanage before her was adopted — and its causing him to lash out on his brothers and sisters.
“He’s become something of a bully,” a source tells In Touch. “He picks on Shiloh, and even his big brother, Maddox. He’s having a tough time getting along with his siblings.”
Pax spent the first three years of is life crammed in a tiny orphanage, sharing a room with 20 other kids.
When he was adopted, Brad and Angelina reportedly, “let him run free, because he’d been so confined.”
Now at seven years old, sources say Pax is struggling with being a part of the Brangelina brood.
The insider adds, “He’s having a difficult time with the constant schedule changes and with the fact that people stare at him whenever he’s with his parents.”
The couple have reportedly hired a therapist to travel with the family while they’re in Europe this summer, to help Pax.
But relationship expert Dr. Gilda Carle suggests Brad and Angelina dedicate more time to the seven-year-old. She tells In Touch, “It seems like it’s attention and maybe answers, that he wants.”
What do you think Pax’s problem is, HollyMoms? How would you handle the situation?
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