In court documents, Angelina Jolie accuses her ex-husband Brad Pitt of beating her and their children while intoxicated while travelling on a private jet, which prompted her to file for divorce.
In a lawsuit over a French winery that the celebrities bought, Ms. Jolie claimed that Mr. Pitt grabbed her by the head and assaulted two of their kids during the 2016 vacation.
She alleges that while travelling from France to Los Angeles, Mr. Pitt verbally abused and poured beer on his family while intoxicated.
He denies the accusations.
Previous court records, such as the divorce agreement of the Oscar-winning couple, contain documentation of the allegations of Mr. Pitt’s allegedly abusive behaviour toward Ms. Jolie on the flight of September 14, 2016.
However, new subtleties were affirmed in Tuesday’s documenting in Los Angeles by Ms Jolie’s legitimate group. It is essential for a continuous claim over House Miraval SA, a home and grape plantation in the south of France that the previous Hollywood couple procured together.
Mr Pitt contends that he and his previous spouse had made a deal to avoid selling their stakes in the scene without the consent of the other.
Ms Jolie debates this, and faults Mr Pitt for finishing dealings over buying her portions of the property.
Her cross-grumbling on Tuesday says the entertainer was truly and sincerely oppressive towards her and their six youngsters – matured 8 to 15 at that point – during the confidential plane flight.
Her attorneys claim the Battle Club star started yelling, blaming her for being “excessively respectful to the kids”.
In no time into the flight, Mr Pitt “maneuvered her into the washroom” toward the rear of the plane, says the claim.
The recording also says that Pitt “caught Jolie by the head and shook her, and then grasped her shoulders and shook her again before driving her against the toilet wall.”
Pitt says Jolie tried to hurt him with grape plantation deal
Mr Pitt has sued Ms Jolie, guaranteeing that her choice to offer her stake in the home to a Russian oligarch added up to an endeavor to “sabotage” his venture and cause “unnecessary damage” to Mr Pitt, who had “emptied cash and sweat value into the wine business”.
According to Ms. Jolie’s legal representatives, she “has made extreme pains to try to prevent their kids from remembering the annoyance Pitt caused for the family that day,” according to their recording.
They add that her choice to sell her stake in the endeavor was to a limited extent because of her “becoming progressively awkward with proceeding to partake in a liquor related business, given the effect of Pitt’s recognized issue of liquor maltreatment on their loved ones”. Mr Pitt told the New York Times in 2019 that he had joined AA following his split from Ms Jolie.
Ms Jolie’s court recording uncovers the pressure between the couple over their arrangements for the winery.
Mr Pitt, who has recently discussed his adoration for engineering and configuration, concluded the manor required a fifth pool at an expense of €1m and maintained that a flight of stairs should be revamped multiple times, as indicated by Ms Jolie.