Angelina Jolie wants to know why the FBI didn’t charge Brad Pitt after the plane incident

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt decided to end their marriage, and the controversial divorce process and battle for custody of the children has brought to light the imperfections that the couple hid from society.

According to the details about the relationship that several American newspapers have been publishing in recent months, it seems that Pitt and Jolie had more problems than they let on from behind the scenes.

A few weeks ago, several American media reported that the spark that blew up the marriage was an alleged argument on the couple’s private jet.

This Wednesday, the Page Six news portal published that Angelina Jolie now wants to know why, despite the actress submitting the injury report after the incident and the children’s testimony, the FBI rejected filing charges against Brad Pitt after the incident on the plane while traveling from Nice to the United States.

According to the aforementioned media, the actress would have filed a lawsuit under another name, Jane Done, requesting from the FBI the documents related to the investigation of the incident to try to have some new information to know the reasons that led the FBI to not accuse Brad Pitt.

Likewise, Page Six has reported some details of the accusation report that Angelina Jolie made against Brad Pitt. In the initial FBI report, Jolie told officials that she believed Pitt was “gone” from the moment they boarded the private jet from Nice to the United States, with their six children: Maddox, now 21, Pax, 18, Zahara, 17, Shiloh, 16, and twins Vivienne and Knox, 14.

According to information published by Page Six, Angelina Jolie told the FBI that during the flight on September 14, 2016, the actor was drinking and that at one point Pitt took Jolie to the bathroom, where “he grabbed her by the head, shaking it.” Furthermore, according to the interpreter’s testimony, her ex-husband also shook her by her shoulders while they argued over one of her children.

Jolie stated on her day that, in the middle of that argument, Brad Pitt punched the roof of the plane four times after telling her: “You’re screwing this family.” The children, worried about the fight, approached their parents and asked, “Are you okay, Mom?” And, according to Angelina Jolie, Pitt responded: “No, she’s not right, she’s ruining this family, she’s crazy.”

However, according to the report published by Page Six, one of the children of the couple confronted Pitt and yelled: “It’s not her, it’s you!” At that moment, the actor ran towards the boy, but Angelina Jolie managed to stop him, suffering injuries to his back and elbow in the process.

At the end of the flight, according to the actress’s testimony, Pitt prevented the family from disembarking for about 20 minutes after she told him that she was going to take the children to a hotel in California to rest. Angelina Jolie testified that he yelled at her, “You’re not going to take my damn kids” and that she pushed her. Six days later, the interpreter began the divorce process.

The FBI did not pursue charges after the incident.

What’s more, the actress sent photos of the injuries and the children’s testimonies to the FBI at the time she filed for divorce. However, as Page Six has reported, the FBI discussed this case in November 2017 and ultimately made the decision not to open any legal action against Brad Pitt. Currently, the couple is still immersed in the court battle to determine custody of their minor children.