Did Brad Pitt ‘physically ABUSED’ Angelina Jolie? Bombshell is revealed in new lawsuit


Angelina Jolie through her lawyer has accused Brad Pitt of physically abusive to her before their 2016 row a on plane.

The actress made the revelation in newly-filed legal documents linked to the former pair’s battle over their French winery.

This comes after Angelina Jolie loses legal bid to throw out ex-husband Brad Pitt’s claim after she sold some stakes without his agreement.

What Angelina Jolie Said

Attorneys on Thursday for Jolie, 48, filed papers in a motion in Los Angeles County Superior Court, saying that Pitt, 60, had a history of being physically aggressive with Jolie before the well-documented September 14, 2016 row during a flight from Nice, France, to Los Angeles.

‘While Pitt’s history of physical abuse of Jolie started well before the family’s September 2016 plane trip from France to Los Angeles, this flight marked the first time he turned his physical abuse on the children as well,’ Jolie’s legal team said in court docs about the ongoing legal proceedings.  

Pitt has since denied all of the allegations of physical abuse, and was not charged amid an FBI probe into the incident.

Bone of Contention

A source close to AJ said that Pitt refused counseling for domestic violence, and disregarded severe family problems by seeking partial custody of their six children: Maddox, 22, Pax, 20, Zahara, 19, Shiloh, 17, and twins Vivienne and Knox, 15.

‘Pitt never came to this understanding and not only sought 50-50 custodial time – including with children with whom he had not had a stable relationship in years – but also sought sole custody if the children did not sufficiently bond with him,’ Jolie’s lawyers told the court in legal docs. 

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As it is, court document reveals Jolie still did not seek sole custody’ of the children, as ‘instead she advocated that the children’s wishes and needs be prioritized, based in part on what the children felt they could do, and for a custody plan formulated in the children’s best interest to heal.’

Jolie’s attorneys said in the court motion that the Academy Award-winning actor was required by to address his abusive conduct amid their efforts to procure more information from Department of Children and Family Services in regards to a safety plan and drug and alcohol testing in the wake of the flight; as well as the actor’s communications with the FBI, U.S. Attorney’s Office, DCFS, and the Los Angeles Police Department regarding the flight.

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