Angelina Jolie wants to 'destroy' Brad Pitt, won't let divorce get in the way of 'campaign for vengeance'
According to an insider, Angelina Jolie clearly 'intends to continue to go after' Brad Pitt and his friends
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Several insiders claim Angelina Jolie is still harboring resentment toward her former lover-turned-enemy. She has demonstrated that her war with her ex-husband Brad Pitt will not end by accusing the judge overseeing their custody dispute of unfairly siding with the 'Fight Club' hunk.
In a two-page letter to California's Governor Gavin Newsom, Jolie attacked retired Los Angeles judge John W Ouderkirk, claiming he was "biased" in favor of the superstar because he had business ties to Pitt's attorneys, nearly two months after the disastrous couple's seven-year divorce was finalized, as reported by Radar Online.
Angelina Jolie 'intends to continue to go after' Brad Pitt
One insider revealed to The National Enquirer, "Angie has previously accused Brad of child abuse, so her support for this issue can be seen as a not too thinly veiled shot at her ex-husband."
The source added, "It's also a very clear indication she intends to continue to go after him — and his friends."
The outlet was informed by a second insider that "she's wanted to destroy Brad for so long. She's not going to let the divorce agreement that finally ended their court battle get in the way of her campaign for vengeance."
The A-list couple's six children were to testify about domestic abuse they claimed to have seen from their inebriated father on a flight (which also prompted an FBI investigation), but Ouderkirk refused to allow them to do so. The notorious 2016 altercation between the couple laid the groundwork for the eventual five-year custody dispute, as reported by Radar Online.
Accusations about Brad Pitt's violence
Jolie was recognized as the "Jane Doe" who sued the FBI, asking why the investigation into her ex-husband's alleged assault was terminated. The shocking accusations against Pitt were made public by the explosive documents.
He "grabbed Jolie by the head and shook her," according to Jolie's countersuit, before allegedly turning on the children who had hurried to save their mother. "At one point, he poured beer on Jolie; at another, he poured beer and red wine on the children."
The complaint went on, "To get Jolie off his back, Pitt threw himself backwards into the airplane’s seats injuring Jolie’s back and elbow." The children raced in and valiantly attempted to shield one another. Pitt hit one child in the face and choked another before it was all over. A few of the children begged Pitt to give up.
FBI closed the case against Pitt
It is worth noting that following an investigation into the allegations, the FBI closed the case against Pitt. Pitt was the subject of a child abuse investigation by the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services, but no results were obtained.
Jolie's battle against her ex-husband over their $164 million French winery is still ongoing.