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A report from Puck's Eriq Gardner claims that the woman identified as 'Jane Doe', who sued the FBI when Brad Pitt's case was closed back in 2016, was his ex-wife, Jolie.
The lawsuit alleged that the World War Z actor poured beer on Jolie, injured her, and fought with son Maddox on a private plane.
Pitt's team has denied all accusations.
Gardner also alleges that 'Jolie is indeed the plaintiff in the F.B.I. suit', writing: "On Aug. 9, Jolie amended the complaint, which includes an interesting new detail.
"Before the F.B.I. announced that Pitt would not be charged with assault on an airplane, the agent investigating the Sept. 2016 incident prepared a statement of probable cause and presented it to the chief of the Criminal Division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Los Angeles.
"(In the amended complaint, Jolie says she learned this from the F.B.I.’s FOIA response last year.)"
Jolie’s alleged complaint, which was amended in August, reads: "Ms. Doe has been seeking the withheld information for [several] years in an effort to ensure that her children receive qualified…care and…counseling to address harm suffered.
"Information withheld by DOJ and the FBI contains evidence of the harm.
"The persistent denial of that information to Ms. Doe…a victim of the assault herself — has hampered, and continues to hamper, her efforts to obtain for her children necessary ongoing care and medical attention, and has further harmed the children in the family law system."
At the time, Pitt’s team denied he hurt his son, and told People: "He is emphatic that it did not reach the level of physical abuse, that no one was physically harmed.
"He did not hit his child in the face in any way. He did not do that; he is emphatic about that. He put his hands on him, yes, because the confrontation was spiraling out of control."
UNILAD have contacted Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt for comment.
Last year, Pitt was granted joint custody of five of his six children after a lengthy battle with ex-wife Jolie.
A source close to the case told Yahoo: "[Brad] has always been seeking the opportunity to have more time with his children and prioritised their wellbeing. The judge ruled in his favour and significantly modified the customary order to significantly increase his time with the kids."
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