US agency says Angelina Jolie adoption not 'fast tracked'
Angelina Jolie has adopted a second little boy, this time from Vietnam. As always the gorgeous movie star has come under some controversy for 'fast tracking' her application, but a US adoption agency is saying the 31 year old good will ambassador and actress did everything correctly.
Evidently Angelina started this adoption process last summer, and the Defamer claims the photo above is a copy of 3-year-old boy's passport.
"Throughout Ms Jolie's adoption process, she received no preferential treatment from the Vietnamese government or Adoptions From The Heart," said the statement by Heidi Gonzalez, the non-profit agency's Vietnam coordinator.
"Contrary to earlier reports, her application was not fast-tracked," the statement read.
A Vietnamese agent said he thought Jolie had received preferiental treatment due to her high profile status.
"In this case, things can move faster because she's a celebrity and she has already found a child," Vietnam's senior adoption official Vu Duc Long said last week.
Angelia and her new son, Pax Thien Jolie, are expected back in the US as early as Monday or Tuesday where it looks like Angelina will be a stay at home for a while anyway.
"I will stay at home to help Pax adjust to his new life," Jolie told Friday's Ho Chi Minh City Law newspaper, according to a translation on the Associated Press. "I have four children and caring for them is the most important thing for me at the moment. I am very proud and happy to be their mother."
Jolie has two other adopted children and a biological daughter with her partner Brad Pitt.