Angelina Jolie Files Anonymous Sue To Know Why FBI Never Arrested Brad Pitt: Report

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Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt allegations

Sources close to Pitt question why Angelina Jolie now wants documents about her 2016 domestic violence allegations, when she has known for years why authorities decided not to prosecute the actor. Angelina Jolie, identified as “Jane Doe”, sued the FBI under the Freedom of Information Act, questioning how her then-husband Brad Pitt was killed after allegations of physical and verbal assault in 2016. Why was the investigation closed?

According to Puck News’ Eric Gardner, Jolie is actually the unidentified plaintiff in the suit, which was long speculated, given the timeline and the events described. The suit demanded that the bureau return documents relating to the Pitt investigation, six years after an alleged dispute aboard a private plane that prompted Angelina Jolie to file for divorce from Brad Pitt, Jolie told sued to obtain information as to why the FBI never arrested Pitt.

It was also reported that, in a recent update to the filing, a statement of probable cause was prepared and given to the head of the criminal division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Los Angeles, before the FBI announced Pitt was not charged. . In a lawsuit filed in April under the Freedom of Information Act, 47-year-old Jolie sought information about the FBI’s investigation and why Pitt, 58, was never charged with assault.

An earlier detailed allegation by the agent in the statement was that Pitt was drinking and took Jolie to the back of the plane, grabbed her shoulders and shook her while shouting, “You like this family.” are.”

“Later, during the same flight, another physical altercation reportedly occurred, and Jolie said she had suffered injuries; she gave the agent a picture of her elbow in an attempt to confirm it,” according to Puck. “At another point, Jolie says Pitt poured beer on her.”

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Pitt has denied allegations of physical abuse over the years, and no charges were ever filed. He and Jolie divorced soon after the alleged incident on the plane.

If Jolie wants documents explaining why officials acquitted Pitt of the charges, sources close to Pitt told TMZ they want to know why Jolie is seeking this information now, six years later.

Documents from the FBI investigation obtained by TMZ show that federal agents, following their investigations, were in the U.S. Met with representatives of the Attorney’s Office. “All parties agreed that criminal charges would not be pursued in this case due to a number of factors,” the documents said.

Domestic violence allegations stemming from the September 2016 dispute have long been cited as the reason Jolie filed for divorce. Over the years, it has been reported that the confrontation also involved Pitt and the couple’s eldest son, Maddox, who was then 15 years old.

Pitt explained in interviews how he sought help to cope with the problems of drinking and managing his anger. He always denied physically abusing his children, while the FBI and child welfare officers cleared Pitt of wrongdoing over his confrontation with Maddox.

At some point the reconciliation is believed to have broken down and Jolie reportedly objected to Pitt being held 50-50 in custody. In a September 2021 interview with The Guardian, UN Humanitarian alleged that she and her children suffered permanent trauma at the hands of Pitt during her decade-long relationship and two-year marriage to her.

Jolie also said that Maddox and at least two other children were set to testify in court about what the children experienced during Pitt’s upbringing and their parents’ marriage.

The custody battle reached the high courts last year, including the California Supreme Court in the summer of 2021. Pitt asked the Supreme Court for review after an appellate court ruling that John Ouderkirk, the private judge who was handling the couple’s divorce and custodial settlement, should be disqualified because of an alleged bias in Pitt’s favor.

That appellate court ruling effectively overturned Oderkirk’s previous ruling that gave Pitt 50-50 custody of the children, who were still minors. Oderkirk also ran away from Jolie because he did not allow children to testify or accept evidence about domestic violence.

Even more troubling, the source added that the ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ star is under the impression that Jolie expects the kids to “do nothing” to her as she ages.

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