We missed one hotly debated lawsuit with Amber Heard and Johnny Depp, as another loomed on the horizon. According to information received from the American tabloid TMZ, Angelina Jolie is going to sue the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation). Previously, the actress turned to the special services to file charges against Brad Pitt after his quarrel with his eldest adopted son Maddox in 2016, but was refused. According to the actress’s lawyer, Jolie wanted to remain anonymous for the safety of the entire family, so she filed a lawsuit under the assumed name of Jane Doe. However, journalists quickly recognized who was hiding under a pseudonym.
The lawsuit alleges that the man, who at the time was her husband, insulted her and their children and raised his hand to them while traveling on a private jet several years ago. Soon the charges were dropped without prior notice to the plaintiff. The plaintiff was also outraged by the fact that she was not allowed to familiarize herself with the case. The details of the incident, although described without names, were too similar to the well-known case in the family of Jolie and Pitt.
Recall that in 2016, Brad Pitt allegedly hit his son Maddox in the face during a private jet flight from France to the United States. The actor came under investigation, but the charges were later dropped without prior notice to the plaintiff. In the on-board video recordings, neither social services nor the FBI found any corpus delicti. Jolie also claimed that the ex-husband insulted her and the children and even raised his hand to his son. The incident served as the final straw in the couple’s relationship, and just a few days later, Jolie filed for divorce, demanding full custody of the children.
Now Pitt, although he has the right to see his family, Maddox does not expect a meeting with his adoptive father at all. The boy testified against the actor in court, after which the relationship was ruined. Note that the movie stars finally divorced only in 2019, scandals flared up around the proceedings, and the former spouses did not come to a constructive decision on the issue of custody.