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Angelina Jolie : Documentary suggests that Angelina Jolie’s adopted son was stolen from his parents | society




Production “The Stolen Children”, directed by Elizabeth Jacobs, who in dialogue with ‘Daily Mail’ revealed that this documentary portrays the crudeness surrounding the criminal and social problems of human trafficking, thousands of children in Cambodia, a Southeast Asian country where Maddox Jolie Pitt originates, the Hollywood star’s first adopted son.

According to the filmmaker, the director of the adoption center that she gave to Maddox it is linked to serious crimes such as child trafficking and falsification of documents.

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In addition to his accusations of the aforementioned crimes, it is known that Galindo (his last name, because his name remains anonymous), he deceived the biological families of the little ones, from whom “the babies were stolen” and then sold, allegedly, to U.S. citizens interested in adopting.




In the face of the recent scandal delegitimizes her adoption process, the Ambassador for Children for children for the UN, Jolie, defended himself against the controversy and claimed that he took due precautions in the process of adopting Maddox to avoid, precisely, being complicit in this problem.

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The protagonist of ‘Maleficent’ said that in the adoption agency they told her that her eldest son he was an orphan and he made sure it was. for in his words “I would never steal a child from someone.”





HELEN HERNANDEZ
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