Her firm, now known as J.D.H. Office Ltd, has a measly $66,000 in assets, but it owes creditors more than $2.2 million — and the amount due must be paid up within a year.
The amount in the red to creditors is a huge jump from the $1.3 million owed in 2017.
The latest accounts for J.D.H. also show Jolie personally pumped almost $1 million into the company last year.
Radar can also reveal Jolie changed the name of the firm in March, from JP. D.H. Ltd to J.D.H. Office Ltd.
The initials in the company's title previously referred to her married name, Jolie-Pitt, as well as those of Angelina's advisors on charity work, Chloe Dalton and Arminka Helic.
"It's yet another snub by Angelina to Brad, who has supported on her humanitarian visits around the world," a source told Radar. "To go to the effort to file paperwork to make the change happen even though it is something that will never be noticed by the public shows how much she wants to erase Brad from her life."
J.D.H. is reportedly the hub of the Maleficent actress' charity efforts since it was established to back her global work.
Jolie's co-directors in J.D.H., Dalton and Helic, have helped mastermind the Salt star's image transformation — from a kinky wild child who wore vials of blood around her neck to a latter-day Mother Teresa, ministering to refugees and war-zone orphans.
The latest figures for the charity, registered in Worcestershire, England, come from accounts lodged in September. Its next accounting is not due until the same time next year.
As Radar reported, Jolie, 43, and Pitt, 54, announced they were planning to divorce in 2016.
But the former Hollywood power couple have not yet finalized details of their split after bitterly battling over custody of their children — Maddox, 17, Pax, 14, Zahara, 13, Shiloh, 12, and 10-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox.
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