FBI report reveals more information about Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's alleged plane assault
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A previously sealed FBI incident report has revealed new details about Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's heated confrontation in 2016, which ultimately resulted in Jolie suing her ex-husband and filing for divorce.
The former Hollywood 'it' couple have been making headlines this week after it was reported that Angelina, under the guise of 'Jane Doe', filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the FBI to release sealed documents about the incident.
Details from the lawsuit, which has not been made public, were obtained by Puck before it was sealed once again.
During the argument on board their private jet, the FBI report alleges that Brad accused Angelina of 'ruining his family' before things turned physical.
The actress claimed that her ex-husband 'grabbed her by the head, shaking her' during an argument over one of their children.
It was on this same 2016 flight that Angelina claims Brad had laid hands on his eldest son Maddox.
Brad's team has denied all accusations.
Reports claim that, on 9 August, 2022 Angelina amended her original FBI complaint to show that that the assistant US attorney and the assistant US chief of the Criminal Division decided not to proceed with charges against the Bullet Train actor.
Angelina's amendment now allegedly reads: "Ms. Doe has been seeking the withheld information for [several] years in an effort to ensure that her children receive qualified…care and…counselling to address harm suffered.
"Information withheld by DOJ and the FBI contains evidence of the harm.
"The persistent denial of that information to Ms. Doe…a victim of the assault herself — has hampered, and continues to hamper, her efforts to obtain for her children necessary ongoing care and medical attention, and has further harmed the children in the family law system."
When allegations about Brad hurting his son were first made back in 2016, his team told People: "He is emphatic that it did not reach the level of physical abuse, that no one was physically harmed.
"He did not hit his child in the face in any way. He did not do that; he is emphatic about that. He put his hands on him, yes, because the confrontation was spiralling out of control."
After a lengthy legal battle, last year Brad was granted joint custody with Angelina Jolie of five of their six children.
Tyla has contacted Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt for comment.