Shiloh, Brad Pitt’s daughter, is officially abandoning his last name, so it seems like she doesn’t want anything to do with him, or at least doesn’t want his last name.

Recently, on May 27, Shiloh Jolie-Pitt, who turned eighteen a few days earlier, submitted a request for a legal name change. Specifically, she asked to have the last name “Pitt” removed and to go by just “Shiloh Jolie.” Remember that this document was really submitted on Monday, Memorial Day, which also happens to be the woman’s 18th birthday. It appears that she had this as one of her top adult goals from the beginning. Naturally, this is quite revealing; it’s no secret that Brad and Angelina’s 2016 divorce, which has been bitterly contested in court even to this day, has left Brad with a troubled connection with several of his children. Although Shiloh hasn’t received approval for the name change yet, it won’t be long before it does. As you are aware, Zahara Jolie, who is 19 years old and no longer goes by Pitt, is one of Brad and Angie’s three adopted daughters. Shiloh is one of their three biological children. Not only that, but their second daughter, 15-year-old Vivienne, has apparently been avoiding using “Pitt” when naming herself; on a playbill for a Broadway musical that Angelina produced, Vivienne Jolie was the only name included.

It looks like Vivienne Jolie-Pitt is doing what her older sister did when she sought to formally omit her father’s last name in the Broadway playbill.

The 15-year-old daughter of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt is presently employed as a producer’s assistant for the Broadway production of “The Outsiders.” She is mentioned in the playbill as “Vivienne Jolie,” but nothing more. The musical is produced by Angelina; but, it’s unclear if she’s also the producer that Vivienne is helping, though. Even yet, from Brad’s point of view, it’s intriguing if that turns out to be the case.

Maddox, the eldest child and 22 years old, is said to have stopped using “Pitt” in his last name as well. However, it seems that Shiloh is the only child who has sought to have her case heard in court.

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