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Brad Pitt told Angelina Jolie that one of his children "looked like a fucking Columbine kid," according to FBI reports. is said to have said
Her heavily edited 53-page report tells Angelina's version of her jet trip in family private on September 14, 2016. France, during which Brad was allegedly involved in an altercation with his then-15-year-old son Maddox, but was later cleared of wrongdoing by the FBI. After being questioned by the FBI at his home in Malibu, Calif., in October, Maddox, now 21, filed for divorce from Brad less than a week after his infamous flight and later finalized his separation in 2019. , Pax, 18, Zahara, 17, Shiloh, 16, and twins Vivian and Knox, 14, have since been embroiled in a custody battle over their children.
Entertainment According to documents obtained by Her Tonight, 47-year-old Angelina knelt at Brad's feet at some point during the flight and wondered what was wrong. When asked, Brad reportedly said: : "He's like a fucking Columbine kid. You don't know what you're doing." The Columbine High School Massacre occurred in which Dylan Klebold murdered 12 students and a teacher.
Angelina was also said to have accused Brad of "ruining this her family" during a heated argument on her flight.
Brad, 58, denies all of his ex-wife Angelina's allegations.
The report also noted that it was later "agreed by all parties" not to "pursue" criminal charges.
After the November 2016 meeting, an FBI agent wrote: All parties agreed that criminal charges would not be pursued in this case due to several factors.
Sources close to Brad argue that the reappearance of the 2016 report indicates "nothing new."
They tell his ET:
"This is a sham. This is all the information she already had five and a half years ago. Nothing new here."
Source also told NBC News: We both had it perfectly.
“The last paragraph (…) is very clear and concise about the fact that all parties, all law enforcement agencies agreed not to prosecute. It was not something. was acquitted of no wrongdoing by the FBI.
FBI spokeswoman Laura Aymiller said in a statement at the time: No charges have been filed.
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