Jolie is suing the FBI for failing to charge Pitt for the alleged incident that led to their divorce

Angelina Jolie is trying to find a new tactic in her legal battle with ex-husband Brad Pitt after allegedly suing the FBI for information she already possessed, according to people close to Pitt.

Several US media outlets reported that the actress filed a lawsuit against the FBI in April – under the alias Jane Doe – seeking documents related to the Pitt investigation, allegedly in an effort to determine why no criminal charges were filed against him following the 2016 plane flight in which she was implicated.

The report, acquired by Page Six, reveals that an assistant US attorney and an assistant head of the Criminal Division discussed the matter in November 2017 prior to deciding not to file charges against Pitt.

Jolie informed agents in the initial FBI report that Pitt was “mad” as they boarded the private jet from Nice, France, to the United States with their six children.

She questions in the anonymous ‘Jane Doe’ complaint why the FBI did not arrest Brad Pitt following the alleged physical incident on a private flight. Jolie alleges that Pitt, 58, “physically and verbally abused her and their children while flying on a private plane,” and the lawsuit requests that the FBI provide papers relating to the investigation into Pitt.

She alleges that in 2016, Brad dumped alcohol on her during a private jet flight, hurt her elbow, and fought with Maddox.

The FBI exonerated Pitt of any misconduct in relation to the incident, which purportedly occurred on a private aircraft flight under federal authority.

After a few days, Jolie filed for divorce from Pitt and requested sole custody of their children.

Pitt allegedly placed his hands on Angelina Jolie, threw beer on her, dragged her to the back of the plane, grabbed her by the shoulders, and shook her while saying, “You f*ck this family!” Pitt reportedly touched the couple’s 15-year-old eldest son, Maddox, with Jolie saying he hit him. Pitt vehemently rejects the allegations.

Jolie reportedly grumbled about the lack of transparency around the FBI investigation’s conclusion.

On August 9, Jolie revised her case.

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