So, in case you didn’t know, whatever happens in the “air” is under federal jurisdiction. So, if there’s a crime or something that happens on an airplane, the FBI will be involved from the get-go. I didn’t realize that, but I guess it makes sense. And that’s why when things got very hot and heavy inside Brad Pitt’s private plane, the FBI was on the case. The story goes that Brad and Angelina, and their kids were on a private plane when Brad got drunk and became verbally and physically abusive with Angelina. Things allegedly got so bad, that the couple’s adopted son had to step in and “protect” his mom from the angry and out-of-control Brad.
The FBI jumped in and were reportedly close to arresting Brad, but then something changed and they didn’t. They just closed the case and didn’t even notify Angelina, personally. And apparently, that’s the very incident that famously ended their marriage. Now, Angelina is suing to get the info and find out exactly WHY the FBI did not arrest Brad.
Daily Wire reported that FBI agents allegedly came close to arresting actor Brad Pitt following the altercation that reportedly led to his split with ex-wife actress Angelina Jolie — and according to a new report, Jolie might be behind a lawsuit against the Bureau demanding the reasons they didn’t go through with it.
The incident that sparked the near-arrest — and Jolie’s move to file for divorce — was a disagreement aboard the couple’s private plane that reportedly escalated as Pitt was drinking and became “verbally abusive,” at which point their oldest son Maddox reportedly stepped between them to defend Jolie.
Because the plane was in flight at the time — and the air is considered to be federal jurisdiction — the FBI was charged with investigating the claims. Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services also investigated, and shortly after DCFS concluded that the abuse allegations were unsubstantiated, the FBI also announced that Pitt would not be charged pursuant to the incident.
“In response to allegations made following a flight within the special aircraft jurisdiction of the United States which landed in Los Angeles carrying Mr Brad Pitt and his children, the FBI has conducted a review of the circumstances and will not pursue further investigation,” Laura Eimiller, spokeswoman for the FBI’s Los Angeles field office, explained at the time. “No charges have been filed in this matter.”
But in April of 2022, a woman identified only as “Jane Doe” sued the FBI under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), demanding information about what was uncovered during the investigation into the incident that occurred on the plane in 2016 — and rumors immediately began to swirl that “Doe” was actually Jolie.
The court documents described “Doe” as a person who was publicly well known and requested information “about the agency’s investigation of an incident of domestic violence that occurred several years ago involving plaintiff and her minor children as victims and witnesses … Several years ago, while plaintiff, her then-husband, and their children, who were all minors at the time, were traveling via private aircraft, the husband allegedly physically and verbally assaulted plaintiff and the children.”
In the lawsuit, “Doe” also alleged that the FBI closed the investigation without first informing her — and instead making a public statement.
I kinda wanna know why Brad wasn’t arrested for this, too. I mean, we’ve got the FBI raiding a former president, but Brad Pitt gets away with verbal and physical abuse? Doesn’t seem right, does it?
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