Angelina Jolie and her six children have moved their possessions from the home they were renting in Malibu, CA to a new Los Feliz community, and RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal that the neighbors already think the A-lister is a nightmare! Click through for details.
Sources close to the situation reveal that the actress' house move is "causing chaos" in her new neighborhood and nearby residents are questioning her suitability for the exclusive private estate.
The Oscar-winning star has purchased the historic Cecil B. DeMille mansion in Laughlin Park, Los Angeles, for $25million and as a result there have been moving trucks and dozens of workmen at the property this week. Our insider tells us, "There are tons of cars parked around her property every day blocking the roads," and fellow dwellers of the ritzy hood are peeved.
"Neighbors are worried there will be security constantly going in and out and surrounding the house."
“Her and Brad’s children are also known for being quite unruly and they don’t have formal schooling," the source adds, "which means they will probably be at home and running around in the garden every day."
Other famous people live in the community, but neighbors fear that with a superstar status as big as Angelina's, problems are likely to occur. “There are other celebrities living in the enclave but there is so much attention on Angelina it’s bound to cause problems.”
Aside from parked cars cramming the streets, our eyewitness reveals that moving vans have been transporting huge boxes of possessions belonging to Angelina and the six children she shares with estranged husband Brad Pitt as well as items from her large art collection."
And what's more, our source spills, "Laborers from Golden Leaf Landscape have also been working on the gorgeous rolling lawns and rose gardens on the property’s 2.1 elevated acres."
The estate has six bedrooms and ten bathrooms, and is just a six-minute drive from the couple’s former family home, where Brad still resides.
The new home also boasts an old Hollywood style swimming pool, arched fountains, winding paths and seating areas.
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