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Poison Pen! Angelina May Write $5 Million Tell-All About 'Nightmare' Life With Brad

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Oct. 20 2016, Updated 3:38 p.m. ET

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Brad Pitt's reputation could take a major hit thanks to an explosive tell-all memoir by Angelina Jolie that rips the lid off their nightmare marriage, wild sexual threesomes and his boozing, pot smoking and violent mood swings!

Insiders told RadarOnline.com the 41-year-old actress — currently hiding out in LA's exclusive Hidden Hills with her six kids — is furious at the way she's being painted as a wicked witch in the divorce.

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"All she's done is try and protect her kids," said one insider. "She feels she's been made out to be the bad guy in this whole thing. It's not right."

"You can be sure that she will come out smelling like roses in the memoir, while his drinking, smoking and clashes with the kids will be addressed in a very unflattering way."

Another source said Jolie can expect as much as $5 million for a tell-all, which would not come out until April and after the divorce is finalized.

Insiders claimed she's looking at ghostwriters to help her bare the truth about their ugly marriage, expose their shocking sexual threesomes and shred Pitt's heroic, goody-goody image.

One of her bombshell revelations could be Pitt's mammoth insecurity.

In another explosive disclosure, she could reveal how "she never wanted to marry Brad in the first place and hated how he encouraged the kids to put pressure on her to tie the knot," said a source.

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"His insecurities were also becoming an issue so she gave in, hoping it would stop his jealousy issues. Sadly, it didn't."

While he's a worldwide sex symbol, the book could reveal Pitt as "a very insecure guy, who was constantly paranoid about her cheating and used weed and booze as a crutch for his self-esteem," continued the source. "The problem is that often fueled some of his worst behavior."

Recently it was charged that a boozy Pitt, 52, clashed violently with their eldest son, Maddox, 15, during a flight from Europe on Sept. 14.

The claims sparked an investigation by the FBI and the LA County Department of Children and Family Services .

But Pitt cooled the situation by okaying a temporary agreement with the welfare folks that gives Jolie full custody over the six kids while he got visitation with a therapist present at the first visit.

Jolie's book could also reveal they had an "open" marriage and they would often bring home female models for bedroom games, said the source.

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She may also slam his A-list pals, continued the source, adding "Brad's pot-smoking buddies have also been a problem as they encourage him to misbehave all the time. She's tried to lure him away from his bad circle of friends, which included George Clooney, Jonah Hill and even Quentin Tarantino."

Jolie could also open up about "her bisexual needs" and how they "caused her to get depressed and feel trapped," noted the source.

"She's also angry that Brad would flaunt his own addiction to weed in front of her, knowing full well her past problems with heroin."

Her memoir could show her struggles to make a secure home for the kids, said the spy.

"She's desperate to give her side of things and she's angry that she's being painted as some kind of black widow," added the spy. "Writing this memoir may help her get through this."

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