More than two years after his split from Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt has been spotted getting cozy with a new woman, RadarOnline.com can report exclusively. The single dad, 54, was “deep in conversation” with spiritual healer Sat Hari Khalsa at an art auction held at the Silverlake Conservatory of Music in Los Angeles on September 29, a source told Radar. The new pair is believed to have met through mutual pal Flea from the Red Hot Chili Peppers — and the Fury actor and holistic nurse hit it off amid his ongoing bitter divorce from ex Angelina Jolie. Find out more about the outing in Radar’s gallery.
Get the exclusive celebrity scoop on all the stars you love before any of your friends by subscribing to our new podcast Straight Shuter below!
Khalsa is a well-known spiritual healer around Los Angeles who practices Ozone Therapy, when ozone gas is pumped into the body to treat illnesses.
Khalsa also has another unlikely link to Pitt — she’s a jewelry designer who has made pieces worn by his first wife, Jennifer Aniston, at swanky Hollywood events. “Word is she’s making some special jewelry with ‘healing energy’ just for him!” the source said.
In his autobiography, Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis said Khalsa toured with the band in 2000, and became their “den mother” and one of his “main soulmates.” She would take part in the band’s “soul circles,” where they would hold hands and meditate together before shows.
Khalsa may also learn a few things about Brad’s current state of mind, as Kiedis also said her mystic personality made her a key figure and confidante among the touring crew who would all spill their “deepest, darkest, most untellable secrets” to her.
Pitt has been pouring his heart into creative practices while his divorce rages on, working on art projects with pal Thomas Houseago at his Los Angeles studio and collaborating with furniture designer Frank Pollaro.
Before he was spotted out with Khalsa, Pitt dated MIT professor Neri Oxman, 42, earlier this year.
We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.