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Angelina Jolie And Brad Pitt’s 2016 Airplane Incident Just Had More Details Released In FBI Report…YIKES!

It’s hard to believe, but it’s been six years since the alleged plane incident went down between Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt. When the story first broke, we didn’t know many details. All we heard was that the FBI was investigating a disturbance on their private plane.

And sources claimed that Pitt was drunk on the plane and got into a physical fight with his son Maddox, who was around 15-years-old at the time. After a brief investigation, no charges were filed against Pitt.

But now, six years later, more details are being released because a person listed as “Jane Doe” filed a lawsuit, seeking the release of the documents under the Freedom of Information Act.

In an FBI report obtained by E! News on Aug. 17, which was originally shared with both parties in 2017, Angelina said her then-husband Brad—with who she shares kids Maddox, 21, Pax, 18, Zahara, 17, Shiloh, 16, and 14-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox—accused her of ‘ruining this family’ during an altercation aboard a plane in September 2016.

And the newly released details do not paint Pitt in a great light. According to the report, Pitt grabbed Jolie by her head and shook her during a heated argument on the plane. He also punched the ceiling of the plane at least four times.

Jolie said she felt like a hostage at the time.

In the document, Jolie said that when the plane landed, they were not able to deplane immediately since the actor allegedly told her, ‘You’re not f–king going anywhere. You’re not getting off this f–king plane. F–k you all. I’m f–king leaving you.’

Yikes. Not a good look. This flight seemed to really change the relationship between Maddox and Pitt forever. Maddox was already on his mother’s side, but seeing this fight on the plane? I’m sure that pushed him over the edge.

And while neither Pitt nor Jolie have commented on the newly released documents, a source close to the actor claims this is not a big deal.

All parties have had this information for nearly six years and was used in previous legal proceedings. There is nothing new here and serves no purpose other than to afflict pain.