This Is How Angelina Jolie And Sean Penn Find Common Ground In Their Humanitarian Work
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This Is How Angelina Jolie And Sean Penn Find Common Ground In Their Humanitarian Work

This Is How Angelina Jolie And Sean Penn Find Common Ground In Their Humanitarian Work

This Is How Angelina Jolie And Sean Penn Find Common Ground In Their Humanitarian Work

It has been over a year and a half since Angelina Jolie split from Brad Pitt, and rumors are swirling that the Oscar-winning actress may finally be ready to move on. Jolie has been reportedly having many conversations with fellow actor and humanitarian Sean Penn, and it may be leading to more than just friendship.

An insider recently disclosed that Penn and Jolie have been friends for years, and they even spent time together back in 2011 when Penn and Pitt were filming Tree of Life. But at that time, they were both involved with other people, so there was no flirting and it was strictly a group friendship situation.

But now that they are both single, things could be changing. There apparently is the possibility of romance for the two stars, but fans shouldn’t expect things to happen quickly. Penn is willing to take things slow with Jolie, and he doesn’t care how long it takes.

Penn thinks Jolie is amazing and loves her dedication to humanitarian work. Of course, he also loves how stunningly beautiful and smart she is.

But, Jolie doesn’t have much interest in dating these days and instead has chosen to focus on her children and her work. However, Penn has no plans to give up anytime soon, because once he sets his sights on something, he pursues it until he achieves his goal.

Instead, he will continue to flirt with the 42-year-old and get to know her better, with the confidence of knowing that Jolie will eventually give in to his charms.

Penn may admire Jolie’s humanitarian work, but one of the agencies that she backs has recently found itself in the middle of a scandal.

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has revealed that in the past year, 19 allegations of sex abuse by members of the staff have hit the agency, with three of the alleged victims being under the age of 18.

Chiefs of the Department for International Development (DFID) are currently holding a crisis meeting in an attempt to deal with the “historic cases of sexual misconduct.”

Angelina Jolie has not commented on the situation, but a source close to her claims that she has found the allegations to be “upsetting” and “inexcusable.”

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