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Brad Pitt Admits Smoking Cannabis as a Young Kid

by VR Sreeraman on August 9, 2009 at 10:04 AM
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 Brad Pitt Admits Smoking Cannabis as a Young Kid

Brad Pitt has revealed that he used to smoke cannabis when he was younger.

The 45-year-old also admitted that as a child he feared becoming a "doughnut", and said he quit drugs as they made him "sheltered" from the world, reports The Sun.

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He added: "I was turning into a damn doughnut, really. So I moved as far away from that as I could."

When it came to marrying partner Angelina Jolie, 34, Pitt revealed he will only marry her if US laws banning gay marriage were changed.

Pitt also told a US mag he'd be happy for any of their six kids to be gay.

Source: ANI
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