Despite reports that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have mandated parents and teachers of their kids' new school to sign security contracts, the administration at Lycée Francais Gustave Eiffel in Budapest, Hungary, says the claims are untrue. "We did not confiscate cell phones in the school," a school source told Hungarian website Velvet.hu. "It seems that a reminder about respecting one's privacy was enough."
A second insider confirms the school source's denial, telling Life & Style, "There is no secrecy policy and no threatening with expulsion at the school if someone talks to the press."
In fact, the local report reveals, "The Jolie-Pitt kids have managed to get along with their classmates ever since they arrived." And they are thriving in the classroom too: "They study, play and have lunch together with their classmates. They also participate in the following special classes: discovering Hungarian history, Hungarian folk dance, arts and crafts, land art and karate."
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