Angelina Jolie could allegedly sue the FBI because his agents refused to conduct a full investigation against his ex-husband Brad Pitt over the incident on a private plane in 2016 with their then fifteen-year-old son. A certain Jane Doe, she stated that the FBI did not allow her access to the investigation documents related to her then-husband, who mentally and physically attacked their son on a private plane in 2016, and that she now asked for complete documentation.
and to reopen the case, foreign media reported. He was acquitted, and now it is speculated that Angelina Jolie is hiding behind the name Jane Doe, although a source told foreign media that Jolie received all the necessary documentation during the divorce.
Brad Pitt attacked their son during a private flight.
After the incident in 2016, Angelina filed for divorce from Brad Pitt, and it was later revealed that he was under investigation at the time for reporting that he "mentally and physically attacked their son during a private flight from France to America."
According to Jane Doe, she submitted numerous requests for a copy of the report of the disputed incident and claims that the FBI closed the investigation against his husband, without informing her about it beforehand. High-profile attorney Amanda Kramer told Politico her client filed the suit anonymously to 'preserve the family’s privacy.
'Our position is that victims and survivors should be able to access federal agency records of crimes they experienced or reported, as is common at the state level, so they can advocate for help and trauma care and legal protection for their children and themselves,' Kramer told the media outlet after declining to disclose the plaintiff's identity.
'Our client has been seeking such records for years and has been stonewalled and has had to resort to court action to receive those much-needed records. Legislative remedies are necessary.' Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have not reduced their conflicts since they divorced, and the famous actor recently filed a lawsuit against his ex-wife. He accuses her of illegally selling her part of their joint French estate of Miraval Castle.