Brad Pitt’s devastating statement about his rare illness: ‘Nobody believes me’

We can almost all agree that Brad Pitt leads a quite enviable life. In addition to having movie star beauty, he also possesses movie star renown, talent, and, of course, wealth.

Brad has been a well-known figure for many years, even among the A-list celebrities in Hollywood. Simply said,

he’s had a life that hundreds of millions of would-be performers can only imagine, so if you find yourself feeling envious, you’re not alone, I think.

But does having money and accolades ensure happiness? Naturally, they don’t, and it turns out that Brad truly suffers from an unidentified illness that once prevented him from ever leaving the house.

Things have been up and down for Brad Pitt lately. He is rumored to have fallen in love with jewelry designer Ines de Ramon,

and the two are reportedly very happy together, but he also has to deal with ongoing legal issues with his ex-wife, Angelina Jolie.

According to reports, Brad and Angelina are still embroiled in a back-and-forth legal battle over a French winery they bought together.

Since then, Angelina has accused Brad of physically abusing her, a claim that Brad has refuted.

Furthermore, Brad disclosed last year that he thinks he has prosopagnosia, or
‘facial blindness,’

which has not been properly diagnosed. Even worse, the renowned actor asserted,
‘Nobody believes me!’

He first said to Esquire in 2013 that ‘so many people hate me because they think I’m disrespecting them,’ and that it deterred him from going outside of his house.

‘So I swear to God, I took a year where I just said, ‘Okay, where did we meet?’ this year, I’m just going to cop to it.’ However, things just grew worse. More people were offended.

‘Every now and then, someone will provide me with context, and I’ll say, ‘Thank you for helping me,’’ he continued.

However, I annoy more people. You have this feeling that you’re being conceited. You’re acting arrogantly.

But, dude, I have no idea. Despite coming from such a design/aesthetic point of view, I am unable of grasping a face. I’m going to have it examined.

Prosopagnosia, also referred to as ‘face blindness,’ is a disorder marked by anomalies, impairment, or destruction in the right fusiform gyrus,

a fold in the brain that plays a role in memory and perception of faces. It affects the sufferer’s capacity to identify faces, to put it briefly.

Pitt told GQ that although he hasn’t been tested yet, or at least hadn’t when the interview was conducted a year ago, he is certain he has the illness.

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