FBI Report Reveals Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie’s 2016 Jet Incident
The FBI probe, which is 53 pages long and covers allegations of abuse on board a private plane involving Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, and the couple’s children, has been obtained by ET. The highly classified dossier shows, among other things, that on September 14, 2016, the FBI’s Los Angeles Division received a report of two suspected attacks in Los Angeles.
The type of incident is identified as “criminal conduct,” and Angelina Jolie’s version of events, as she reported them to the FBI during an interview on October 18, 2016, at her home in Malibu, California, is written out in disturbing detail in this report. The interview was held on October 18. Some of the more inflammatory allegations include that she is “f**king ruining this family,” that she was physically abused, and that Pitt referred to one of the children as a “f**king Columbine kid.”
Jolie filed for divorce from Pitt in September 2016, and the divorce was finally finalized in 2019. In addition to their continuing custody battle, Brad Pitt sued Angelina Jolie in February for her role in the sale of the Chateau Miraval Winery to Russian oligarch Yuri Shefler. In June, he accused Jolie of attempting to “inflict harm” on him and his interests in the vineyard they co-owned, Chateau Miraval.
In response to the resurfacing of the 2016 article, a source close to Pitt told ET that Angelina Jolie and her team have been “desperately trying to discover something.” Angelina Jolie and her crew have been “desperately trying to locate something,” according to the source. This is only cosmetic. All of this information was already in her control about five and a half years ago. In this aspect, there is nothing new to report.”
Jolie is mentioned at the outset of the post as claiming that she and her six children were returning to California after a two-week absence. She told the FBI that she took the children with her because Pitt had a business meeting before they left and that they all met at the airport together.
Angelina Jolie told the FBI in October 2016 that “when we got at the airport, the family broke up into two sedans to travel from the terminal, through the tarmac, and to the plane.”
Jolie went on to say she could already tell there was an “issue” between [redacted] and [redacted], a juvenile. Jolie stated that she could already sense there was a “problem.” Even though neither Pitt nor their son Maddox is mentioned in the heavily redacted report, it is widely assumed that the “conflict” in question occurred between them.
Furthermore, Jolie stated that she was able to see [redacted] pointing while holding [redactedarm.] According to Jolie, she could tell there was friction between them since [redacted] appeared depressed.
‘F**king Columbine kid,’ he says.
According to Jolie, she once got down on her knees and asked Pitt what was wrong with worshipping at his feet. According to the complaint, Pitt allegedly said things such as, “That kid looks like a f***ing Columbine kid.” You have no idea what you’re getting into.” Jolie claimed that she then sat down and poured herself a glass of wine to unwind with.
However, during the FBI interview, Jolie alleged that around an hour and a half into the flight, Pitt approached her and belligerently ordered that she “come here” before directing her to the back of the plane. Contrary to popular opinion, Jolie maintained that Pitt was not intoxicated. They went to the restroom together, and then, according to the complaint, he began yelling at her there, where the children couldn’t see them.
Pitt allegedly “shook” Jolie and “pushed her into the bathroom wall, saying things like, ‘You’re f***ing up this family,'” according to Jolie. Jolie further said that Pitt “grabbed her by her head, shaking her, followed by holding her at the shoulders, shaking her” while reportedly “shaking” her. And, concerning [redacted], Pitt allegedly stated, “[redacted is] going to kill someone, will you be happy then?”
During her FBI interview, Jolie revealed that she had told Pitt to stop being so nasty. Jolie claims Pitt “punched the ceiling of the plane probably four times” during the alleged dispute between the two of them. According to the complaint, as Jolie opened the door to the restroom, two of the other children were crying and asked, “Are you okay, mommy?” Jolie was addressing their issues.
Jolie claims Pitt shoved her when she was on her knees trying to hug their children. She claims he said something to the extent of “No, mommy’s not ok.” Because of her deeds, this family is doomed. She’s completely insane.”
Pitt has been dubbed a “prick.”
According to the filings, Jolie claims that Pitt’s purported outburst scared the children, prompting one of them to call their father a “prick.” Pitt allegedly approached the boy “as though he was going to attack” him in response. The records back up Jolie’s assertions. According to the docs, the actress responded by rushing up and holding Pitt around the neck as if putting him “in a choking grip.” She further alleges that it was at this point that Pitt allegedly threw himself back, leading Jolie to be shoved against seats on the plane, suffering her back and elbow injuries. These assertions are made by the actress in the context of the occurrence recounted in the records.
According to Jolie, there was a moment when wine spilled all over the chair. She went on to claim that after some time, she discovered that the wine spill had cost the plane about $25,000 in damages.
Other alcoholic beverages, other than wine, were also inadvertently spilled aboard the plane. Jolie claims Pitt approached her as she was sleeping on the ground with her children and poured beer all over her and the blanket she was hiding beneath.
Pitt was growing inebriated, according to Jolie, but he stayed very aware and competent throughout the ordeal and did not ramble. For good measure, Jolie claims to have seen Pitt take an entire bottle of vodka while still working.
In addition, she claims Pitt was sitting in the back of the plane, “watching the family in the reflection of a mirror on the wall.” Pitt “would start a new diatribe every 30 minutes and pace throughout the plane shouting at everyone,” she claims. [Citation required]
‘F**k all of you!’
Jolie added that she inquired about different ways of transportation for the family upon arriving at the airport. It was distressing to hear that “there was nothing accessible where they were heading.” Jolie went on to claim that she had stressed to them that it had been a long journey, that they needed to get out of this environment, and that they should find a hotel and continue their journey to California the next day.
In response, Jolie said in the story that Pitt “erupted,” prompting Pitt to tell her, “You’re not f**king going anywhere.” Under any circumstances, you are not getting off this plane. F**k all of you. “I’m f**king leaving you.”
Feeling like a ‘hostage,’ Jolie claims in the story that Pitt began ranting again shortly after the second leg of the trip began. This is according to her version of events. Pitt, according to her, raged at her, “You tore your family apart.” [redacted], you have effectively severed relations with your family; my congratulations.
At this point, Jolie claims Pitt asked her to walk to the back of the plane, which she did, and it was there that Pitt allegedly began shouting at her. Jolie has denied the story. According to reports, Jolie began to feel like a “hostage.”
The plane has finally landed.
Pitt allegedly passed out at the back of the jet as the journey was coming to an end. And, just as they were about to land, Jolie allegedly told the FBI that she directed the children to gather their bags and wait at the front door. She claims she went to Pitt to explain that it had been a long journey and the kids hadn’t slept, so she was taking them to a hotel for 12 hours to sleep. She claims she went to Pitt to explain the situation. Jolie added that she had contacted the relevant parties in Los Angeles in advance to guarantee that a second vehicle would be accessible and waiting for her and the children.
Jolie claims Pitt became enraged upon hearing this and allegedly screamed something to the effect of “You’re not taking my f**king babies.” Jolie alleged that Pitt sprang out of bed and shoved her while continuing to yell at her during the altercation. She claims they began fighting and that the altercation lasted to the back door of the plane. Jolie alleged that Pitt continued to push her down once they arrived at the plane’s entrance and informed the children that they would not be getting off the plane.
Pitt allegedly blocked them from disembarking for “approximately twenty minutes,” according to the actress. When the family stepped off the plane, Jolie said Pitt grabbed her arm and turned her toward him. He then grabbed her by the hair on her head and her shoulders and shook her. Someone, according to Jolie, intervened and warned her not to hurt the woman. Furthermore, she claims that an unnamed individual “saw what was happening and intervened.”
The purported harm to the
Jolie claimed that the alleged incident created the cut on her right hand, which resembled a “rug burn.” She claimed to have a mark on her right elbow as well as a back issue. She added that she believed Pitt caused both of the alleged injuries when he allegedly tossed her off of their small child while she was attempting to choke Pitt. She told the FBI about her suspicions.
Images purporting to depict the alleged injuries The FBI probe also included Jolie’s statements about the injuries she sustained.
What it is they are saying?
Pitt was never charged with a crime as a result of Jolie’s allegations. Furthermore, the report stated that during a meeting in November 2016, the FBI case agent wrote: “After examining the document, representative(s) of the United States Attorney’s Office reviewed the merits of this investigation with the case agent.” The decision not to pursue criminal charges, in this case, was reached unanimously by all parties concerned, and it was based on a variety of factors.
The FBI has reviewed the circumstances surrounding a flight inside the special aircraft jurisdiction of the United States that arrived in Los Angeles carrying Mr. Brad Pitt and his children, and will not pursue further inquiry. Laura Eimiller, a spokeswoman for the FBI’s Los Angeles field office, issued the following statement at the time: “In response to allegations made following a flight within the special aircraft jurisdiction of the United States that landed in Los Angeles carrying Mr. Brad Pitt and There have been no criminal charges brought in connection with this incident.”
A source close to Pitt informed ET that all individuals involved had received copies of all reports about the event.
Angelina and her staff have been “desperately trying to unearth something,” according to additional information shared by the source. All of this information was already in her control about five and a half years ago. In this aspect, there is nothing new to report.”
According to an earlier ET article, the revelation surfaced months after court documents showed that a woman calling herself Jane Doe had sued the FBI for information regarding an investigation into an alleged incident of domestic violence on a private jet. The reports that Pitt got into a confrontation with Jolie and Pitt’s 15-year-old son Maddox prompted the FBI to launch an investigation into Pitt’s behavior. The charges come from family travel back from Europe. Pitt and Jolie’s children are Maddox, 21, Pax, 18, Zahara, 17, Shiloh, 16, and the twins Vivienne and Knox, all of whom are 14 years old.
The alleged altercation between Pitt and Jolie was described in the suit, which was filed under the Freedom of Information Act, and it stated that Doe’s FOIA request is to “better understand the FBI’s investigation and obtain information necessary for her children to receive medical care and trauma counseling” about the alleged incident. The lawsuit was filed in the Central District of California of the United States District Court.
According to the documents, Doe is the plaintiff in the complaint challenging the defendants’ “withholding of more records.”