Angelina Jolie is suing the FBI under the name Jane Doe in connection with an investigation into her son Maddox’s 2016 confrontation with his father Brad Pitt on a private jet.

Angelina Jolie is reportedly suing the FBI as an anonymous Jane Doe to learn why the bureau’s investigators declined to press charges against Brad Pitt for a fight he had with her eldest son Maddow on a private flight in 2016.

The current lawsuit, filed by an anonymous Jane Doe, claims that the FBI denied the plaintiff access to data related to an investigation into charges that the woman’s ‘then-husband… physically and verbally assaulted’ her and their children aboard a private plane’several years ago.’

Angelina Jolie suing FBI as anonymous Jane Doe over investigation into son Maddox?s 2016 fight with his dad Brad Pitt on private jet

Pitt was being probed by the FBI and Los Angeles social services in 2016, shortly after Jolie filed for divorce, amid accusations that he was’verbally abusive and aggressive with his children’ on a private plane going from France to the United States.

Investigators concluded that Pitt, 58, had not committed child abuse when he got into a confrontation with Maddox aboard the plane, and that he had not committed child abuse. Although a source close to Jolie and Pitt informed TMZ that they were given the full FBI report during their divorce, it has now been speculated that she is the woman who is suing.

Jane Doe is accused of filing several requests for a copy of the department’s investigative file in order to “better comprehend the FBI’s investigation and collect information necessary for her children to undergo medical care and trauma counseling,” according to the lawsuit.

Angelina Jolie suing FBI as anonymous Jane Doe over investigation into son Maddox?s 2016 fight with his dad Brad Pitt on private jet

Angelina Jolie suing FBI as anonymous Jane Doe over investigation into son Maddox?s 2016 fight with his dad Brad Pitt on private jet

The plaintiff’s attorney, Amanda Kramer, told Politico that her client filed the lawsuit anonymously to “preserve the family’s privacy.” Jolie’s representatives did not immediately react to a request for comment from DailyMail.com.

After being’verbally and physically’ assaulted by her then-husband while travelling on a private plane, the woman’s children allegedly ‘suffered lifelong physical and emotional damage.’

The lawsuit alleges the FBI initiated an investigation into the incident and then ‘publicly declared it was closing its investigation of the incident without further action’ without informing her or her children.

According to the petition, the woman submitted many FOIA requests with the FBI, wanting to learn more about why they decided not to prosecute her husband.

She has accused the FBI of not only neglecting to furnish her with the necessary records, but also of providing ‘legally deficient’ responses to her demands.

The woman had requested that she be allowed to proceed with the case under a pseudonym and that it be sealed, despite the fact that she does not appear to have filed a formal lawsuit yet. The request was apparently approved by Chief Judge Beryl Howell of the United States District Court this week.

‘Our position is that, as is common at the state level, victims and survivors of crimes should be able to access federal agency records of crimes they experienced or reported so they can advocate for help, trauma care, and legal protection for their children and themselves,’ Kramer told the media outlet after declining to reveal the plaintiff’s identity.

‘Our client has been looking for these records for years, but has been met with resistance and has had to resort to legal action to obtain them. Legislative solutions are required.’

The similarities between the complaint and the charges Jolie had previously made against Pitt sparked speculation that she could be Jane Doe.

However, a source close to the former couple told TMZ Tuesday that after the initial inquiry into the plane crash, both Pitt and Jolie received a copy of the FBI’s findings.

The information in the report, according to the source, was provided during the couple’s divorce lawsuit.

The stars met on the set of Mr. and Mrs. Smith in 2005 and married in September 2014 after dating for a decade.

Maddox, 20, Pax, 18, Zahara, 17, Shiloh, 15, and twins Vivienne and Knox, 13, are their six children.

Jolie gave birth to Maddox in 2002 and Zahara in 2005, a year after meeting Pitt on the set of Mr. and Mrs. Smith. However, at the time, Brad was married to Jennifer Aniston.

They subsequently adopted Pax in 2007 and went on to have biological children Shiloh, Knox, and Vivienne. Before they married in 2014, Pitt adopted all of the children.

In 2016, Jolie filed for divorce, kicking off a protracted legal battle. During the couple’s bitter divorce and custody battle, Maddox Jolie-Pitt testified against his father, providing a “not very glowing” assessment of the actor.

During the hearing, a source revealed that Maddox wants to formally remove the name ‘Pitt’ from his name, something his mother ‘doesn’t approve.’

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