Brad Pitt's girlfriend Nicole slams 'hateful comments' after trolls ask about actor's nasty divorce from Angelina Jolie
BRAD Pitt's girlfriend Nicole Poturalski has slammed 'hateful comments' after online trolls continue to ask about the actor's nasty divorce from Angelina Jolie.
The model, 27, hit back on her Instagram stories on Friday and described her haters as "just so rude and sad".
Speaking in German, the mom-of-one said she isn't "the kind of person to spread hate", adding, "I just don't understand what goes on in the heads of such people".
Continuing her rant, she captioned the video: "Hey guys I have been wondering since forever why people leave hateful comments??
"Why? What is your benefit? Just in general I want to understand the train of thoughts.
"Because I don't get it. It's just so rude and sad for those commenting."
She finished her outburst by asking her followers to "be nice and kind".
Brad and Nicole met at a party in Berlin last year after the premiere of his movie Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood.
Soon after, a source revealed the pair got together multiple times in Los Angeles and France.
Nicole is reportedly in an open marriage with restaurateur Roland Mary, 68, with whom she shares seven-year-old son Emil.
Academy Award-winning actor Brad was recently seen with Nicole at France's Le Castellet Airport, before going to the Château Miraval castle, where he married Angelina in 2014.
In September, Nicole insisted she's 'not hating' on Brad's ex, Angelina Jolie.
The model seemingly shaded her new man's ex-wife when she claimed that "happy people don't hate."
Nicole had to defend herself after she posted a picture of herself in an orange dress with a rather shady comment, which many interpreted to be a jab to Angelina.
According to Us Weekly, one person commented on her picture, "If so, then why [do] you & Brad hate Angelina. Practice what you preach, girl."
And before deleting the exchange, the mother of one quickly replied: "Not hating on anyone."
Former power couple Brad and Angelina split in September 2016 after two years of marriage.
Their custody trial, which will determine how much time each party will receive with their six children, is supposed to begin this month.
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