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Brangelina ready to call it quits? Not so fast

While reports are swirling that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are headed for a split, multiple sources close to the family say the rumors are not true, according to PEOPLE.com. "Everything is fine" with the couple, a source says. Another source says the split reports, which were first published in the British tabloid The News of the World, are "totally false." According to the News of the World, th
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While reports are swirling that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are headed for a split, multiple sources close to the family say the rumors are not true, according to PEOPLE.com.

"Everything is fine" with the couple, a source says. Another source says the split reports, which were first published in the British tabloid The News of the World, are "totally false."

According to the News of the World, the super couple, who are not married, filed separation papers with a Los Angeles lawyer. The report says that the couples' six children — Maddox, Zahara, Pax, Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne — would live with Jolie but that Pitt would have full visitation rights.

Representatives for Pitt, 46, and Jolie, 34, have declined to comment.

According to PEOPLE.com, Jolie was in New York this weekend doing a photo shoot for Vanity Fair magazine, while Pitt was in Los Angeles to participate in the “Hope for Haiti” telethon on Friday night. Pitt did not attend the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Saturday, where his film, “Inglourious Basterds,” won the best cast award.