Weed, Ecstasy & LSD! Dangerous Drugs Rampant At Angelina Jolie's Son Maddox's New College

Maddox Jolie Pitt Wearing Hat Looking Serious with Inset of Angelina Looking Worried Along With Stock Imagery of Marijuana and Ecstasy Pills
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Sep. 13 2019, Updated 4:50 p.m. ET

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Angelina's nightmare!

College kids are known to party hard, and many bend the rules when it comes to drinking and experimenting with illegal drugs, and has learned exclusively Maddox Jolie-Pitt's new college is no exception.

Students in South Korea use encrypted messaging apps to order drugs — including marijuana, LSD, ecstasy and cocaine — from dealers who advertise on blogs.

And an on-campus source at Maddox’s Yonsei University said: “Some students do drugs here."

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“People have a problem with addiction — computer addiction, drink addiction, smoking addiction.

“Some students here smoke weed. I’ve heard of people who have taken LSD and ecstasy, but I’ve never seen it.” previously reported exclusively that Maddox is getting no special treatment at the university 6,000 miles away from his home in Los Angeles.

Just like any other student, he’s staying in the cramped dorm rooms — a far cry from the mansion he grew up in!

Maddox Jolie-Pitt

Though his famous mom tearfully dropped him off at school late last month, Maddox brushed off questions about his estranged father possibly visiting him.

Fans know Brad Pitt is currently in nearby Tokyo promoting his new film Ad Astra, leading some to wonder if a father/son reunion is on the horizon.

Furthermore, Maddox will not receive any special security at the college.

A spokeswoman for Incheon police said: “We are aware Maddox is studying at Yonsei’s international campus, but we are not aware of any special plan for his protection.”

Kidnappings are rare in South Korea, but a security expert consulted by pointed out criminal masterminds only see the multimillion-dollar worth of Maddox’s moneybags parents — putting him in danger anywhere in the world.

And to make matters worse, rank and file officers at the local police station were not even aware the stars’ son was in their area!

One commented: “Celebrities don’t get special treatment here just because they are famous.”



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