Brad Pitt pictured in wheelchair as he leaves medical office after ‘dental work’

Brad Pitt was photographed sitting in a wheelchair as he left a medical office on Wednesday.

The 57-year-old Hollywood actor was reportedly leaving the building after having "dental work", but it is unknown what procedure he underwent.

According to Page Six, a source said: "It's nothing", as they added: "Dentist work."

The Once Upon a Time in Hollywood was keeping a low profile as he was seen sporting an oversized pair of sunglasses and a face mask.

Brad wore a stylish black hoodie, grey jeans and white trainers as he was escorted by a medical worker with his bodyguard alongside him.

Some were concerned about Brad's health after seeing the pictures, but according to reports it seems, there's nothing to worry about.

It's reportedly hospital policy for a patient to be escorted out of the building in a wheelchair.

The pictures come after the acting legend was revealed as a member of the ensemble cast of presenters for the Oscars 2021 at the April 25 ceremony.

Other stars hosting alongside him include Harrison Ford, Halle Berry and Reese Witherspoon.

Brad and his ex-wife Angelina Jolie's divorce battle is still continuing and has been going on for five years now after their split.

He tied the knot with Angelina Jolie in 2014, but Angelina filed for divorce in 2016.

The star was praised in recent months after snaps emerged of him helping get food to low-income families in Los Angeles during the coronavirus pandemic.

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An eye-witness said people barely seemed to register they were in the presence of the Hollywood star as Brad unloaded boxes from a truck.

They told MailOnline in November: "Brad really did seem like a hero, the man did not stop all day.

"Just seeing him driving a big truck in South Central LA during Covid times was in itself amazing."

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