FBI not expecting reopening of Brad Pitt investigation following Angelina Jolie’s claims

FBI not expecting reopening of Brad Pitt investigation following Angelina Jolie’s claims

Back in 2016, Angelina Jolie claimed to the FBI that her ex-husband Brad Pitt injured her after intoxicatedly pushing her aboard a private jet.

The incident reportedly upset her six children, but the FBI is reportedly unwilling to reopen the investigation into the matter.

“The statute of limitations is long gone and they’ve looked at all the information available,” a source told Page Six.

“There is nothing new here. At that time, they examined all of Angelina’s allegations and did not file any charges.

“The FBI has thoroughly investigated the incident, there is no chance they will reopen the case. This is all a concerted effort to frame Brad.

“Angelina’s allegations were made in at least two different legal contexts: the incident on the plane and then again during a lengthy custody case. In one case, no charges were filed and in another, Brad was awarded 50/50 custody.”

The two actors are divorced, but a custody battle continues over their minor children: Zahara, Shiloh, Vivienne, and Knox.

“This is six-year-old stuff that Angelina presented at the custody hearing,” Pitt’s friend told Page Six.

“This is Angelina’s six-year campaign to discredit Brad.

“It’s really just Angelina’s version of events. She claims that happened.

“These allegations were made at the custody hearing and the judge obviously didn’t believe her or Brad would never have been awarded joint custody.”