Pitt, Jolie’s London mansion suffers sewage floods

London, March 2 (IANS) Hollywood couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s new home here suffered sewage floods, causing major damage to their nine-bedroom mansion.

The “Mr. & Mrs. Smith” actors were forced to call in Dyno-Rod which specialises in blocked pipes and disposing off filth, reports mirror.co.uk.

Major damage was caused to the nine-bedroom rented mansion, where the celebrity couple moved last month with their six children.

“Brad and Angelina were mortified after flooding it as soon as they moved in. There was a big problem with the toilet. It caused a fair bit of damage but they managed to sort it out quickly,” a source said.

Even when the sewage put the toilet out of action, the family were not left crossing their legs. The home they are renting has nine more bathrooms. It also has a cinema, helicopter landing pad and two swimming pools.

Pitt, 52, and Jolie, 40, are living here while Pitt films the sequel to zombie film “World War Z”, and Jolie dedicates herself to humanitarian causes.

The couple had hoped to buy a place here but are yet to find the ideal house.

The last time they rented in the capital they paid 17,000 pounds a month for Whornes Place estate in Richmond, South West London.

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