Here are the words that Brad Pitt would have said to Angelina Jolie during their last argument: they would have convinced the actress to ask for a divorce
Steph Deschamps / August 18, 2022
It is an explosive report from the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) that is making a lot of news. According to the findings of the office, which have not been published in full, Brad Pitt allegedly told Angelina Jolie that one of their children looked like a p**** teenager from the Colombina massacre and said that the actress was destroying the family during a raging argument that took place inside their private jet, a few days before Angelina filed for divorce.
Pitt's alleged comment appeared to reference the 1999 Columbine High School massacre, which saw two senior students, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, murder 12 children and a teacher in the state of Colorado.
The 58-year-old actor also allegedly had an argument with his son Maddox while under the influence of alcohol. This family argument would have turned into a verbal and physical fight between the two actors according to the leaked document.
Meanwhile, the office's findings, which were not published in full by the Daily Mail, suggest that Brad Pitt made multiple threats to his wife and their six children on the flight from France to Los Angeles on September 14, 2016.
During this argument, Brad Pitt would have injured Angelina in the elbow. Brad Pitt denies on his side all the claims of his ex-wife.
Maleficent actress Jolie reportedly requested the release of the FBI documents under the anonymous identity of Jane Doe after submitting a Freedom of Information Act request in April.
In its final report on the investigation, the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services concluded that Pitt, who has previously admitted to alcohol problems, did not physically abuse any of his children. Pitt was also cleared by the FBI of any wrongdoing.
Four days later, on September 19, Jolie filed for divorce. The former couple, who were together for 11 years, are now involved in a legal battle for the custody of their 6 children.