Angelina Jolie’s lies exposed! FAA reports reveal no fight occurred inside family jet

By Staff Writer | Nov 16, 2016 06:25 AM EST
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FAA reports have revealed the flight audio recording inside Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's private jet. Contrary to what Angelina said, there was no evidence of a fight between her and Brad. RadarOnline reported that the shocking records were taken from the Minneapolis Air Route Traffic Control Center on September 14.

What was revealed however was the family encountered turbulence in the air. There was no verbal abuse or any fight between the parents of the six kids on board.  The exclusive report also said that there was a footage of the family as they came through International Falls Airport however this said video has not been released.

There were witnesses that reported a disturbing incident though. One was a local radio host saying that he heard the couple arguing from the plane. The radio host also claimed that he saw Brad Pitt totally intoxicated during that time that he had to relieve himself on the airport tarmac.

The Inquisitr pointed out that due to claims of child abuse by Angelina Jolie, an investigation was launched on Brad Pitt. But as results were out, LAPD investigation soon cleared Brad of any child abuse allegations.

While it seems that Angelina Jolie may have been caught lying this time, Brad Pitt is enjoying the support of his friends and fans as he was spotted in his first public event after the divorce.  The actor attended a red carpet event with his co-stars from the movie "Allied."

The "Tomb Raider" actress has cited the incident inside their private jet as one of the events that led to her divorcing husband of two years Brad Pitt. She included that Brad was verbally and physically abusive with their son Maddox. She cited irreconcilable differences and mentioned that the divorce was for the overall health of the family.

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