Boozy Brad! Pitt 'Lived On Whiskey' Before Angelina Jolie Split, Co-Star Says

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Sep. 21 2016, Updated 7:15 p.m. ET

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Infidelity and poor parenting skills have been blamed for the demise of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's two-year marriage. Now, a co-star of the couple is confirming Pitt's drinking may have contributed to the shocking Hollywood divorce.

"They are curious, these American stars," French actor Richard Bohringer told Closer of when he worked with the couple on the film By the Sea. "Brad Pitt, he lives on whiskey. She is a funny girl. They're a funny couple."

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Although Jolie listed their separation date as September 15th on the divorce documents, Bohringer noticed there was "trouble brewing" as early as 2014.

As readers knows, Pitt's drinking has been blamed for their divorce after 12 years together.

While filming By the Sea, Pitt affected production "because of how he was acting."

"They would see how he was a mess," a source told of Jolie and the couple's six children Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Vivienne and Knox.

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Despite his boozy behavior, Bohringer claimed Pitt is a "nice guy."

Jolie filed for divorce from Pitt on September 19 after two years of marriage and 12 years together.

She cited irreconcilable differences and requested full physical custody of the children, leaving Pitt with only visitation rights.

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