Brad Pitt Responds to Angelina Jolie Abuse Allegations, Custody Battle

Brad Pitt has denied Angelina Jolie’s allegations that he “strangled” and “beaten” their children during a controversial incident on the couple’s private jet in 2016.

Pitt’s rep told Page Six that these latest allegations are “completely untrue,” as the former couple engaged in a fierce battle over custody of their children and division of their assets. In 2021, Jolie sold her half in their joint French winery, Chateau Miraval. Pitt sued, claiming they had agreed to the other’s consent before selling any joint property. Jolie protested, claiming such an arrangement never existed and that by selling her stake in the winery she would be given “financial independence” from Pitt and the opportunity to “have some form of peace and close this deeply hurt and hurt chapter of her life and that of their children.”

Jolie filed for divorce in 2016 and in court documents shared with CNN, more details about an alleged incident on their private plane have come to light, purportedly taking place only 5 days before Jolie filed the divorce papers. In the section titled “Why Jolie Separated From Pitt” in the counterclaim against her ex, the document alleges Pitt had an argument with one of their six children. When Jolie asked Pitt what was wrong, he allegedly “verbally attacked” her and “grabbed Jolie by the head and shook her, then grabbed her shoulder and shook her again before pushing her her against the bathroom wall.” The document also states, “Pitt suffocated one of the children and hit another in the face. Some of the kids begged Pitt to stop. All are afraid. Many people cried. “

In response to these new allegations, Pitt’s representative categorically denied. They told CNN that “Jolie’s story continues to evolve every time she tells it with new, unsubstantiated claims. Brad has accepted responsibility for what he has done but will not for what he did not do. These new allegations are completely untrue.” Some details of the document were previously reported with the release of an FBI report in August 2022. No arrests or charges had been made at the time in connection with the case. “In light of the allegations made following a flight in a special US aircraft jurisdiction that landed in Los Angeles carrying Brad Pitt and his children, the FBI has conducted a review of the circumstances and will do not pursue further investigation. No charges have been made in this matter,” FBI spokeswoman Laura Eimiller said in a statement to CNN at the time.

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“All parties have had this information for nearly six years and have used it in prior legal proceedings. There’s nothing new here and serves no purpose but to be a media stunt to inflict pain,” a source close to Pitt said of the August report. Pitt and Jolie split in 2019 but the legal battle over their property and custody has continued since then.

In an interview with Vogue India in June 2020, Jolie gave a reason, albeit a vague one, for her breakup with Pitt. “I separated for the happiness of my family. It was the right decision,” she said. “I continue to focus on healing them. Some took advantage of my silence, and the children saw lies about themselves in the media, but I reminded them that they knew the truth about themselves and their own minds. In fact, they are six very brave young men, very strong.”

Pitt, meanwhile, recently displayed a collection of his own artwork at an exhibition in Finland, in collaboration with Australian musician Nick Cave and sculptor, Thomas Hororsgo . “It was about, you know, where did I go wrong in my relationships? Where did I go wrong? Where am I complicit? ” he said in an interview with Finnish television station, YLE. “It was born out of ownership of what I call a thorough inventory of myself, brutally honest with me and… taking into account the people I may have hurt and the moments I just made a mistake.”

Pitt said GQ in an interview in 2017 that he drank too much alcohol the year before. “Personally, I can’t remember a day since I got out of college when I wasn’t drunk or brushing my teeth or something,” he told the magazine. “And you realize that a lot of it is, um — cigarettes, you know, pacifiers. And I’m running after emotions. I’m really, really happy to get all of that done. I mean I stopped everything except drinking when I started my family. But even last year, you know – things I didn’t address. I booed too much. It just became a problem. He also alluded to trying to fix some toxic masculinity issues. He said: “I grew up with a war mentality / the father is the best / the father is the all-powerful, super strong – instead of really knowing the man and the self-doubt and struggle. his own. “And it hit me in the face after our divorce: I had to be more. I have to more for them. I have to show them. And I wasn’t great at it. “

Long before marrying and eventually divorcing Jolie, Pitt’s former EG Daily (whom he dated in the ’80s) said he was a “really intense” person – but not because of the reason you expect. Daily said: “I think he is really stressed with his job. “When you see him, it’s like boiling underneath him,” she said in a clip from True Hollywood Story episode airs in April 2021. “What I can sense from him is a really strong, inner drive towards something really big.”

If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, call the National Domestic Abuse Hotline at 800-799-7233 or Text START to 88788.

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