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Photos of Angelina Jolie’s alleged bruises from Brad Pitt during horror flight revealed

Photos of Angelina Jolie’s injuries which were allegedly sustained in a fight with ex Brad Pitt during a September 2016 brawl on a private jet have been revealed.

The Oscar winner submitted photos of bruises on her hand and elbow to an FBI inquiry into the incident which led to the end of their marriage.

According to the FBI report, Jolie told investigators that Pitt, who had been drinking, shrieked at her in a restroom on board the flight back from Nice, France, to the US.

She alleged Pitt “grabbed her by her head,” “grabbed her by the shoulders,” shook her, pushed her into the bathroom wall and yelled at her, “You’re f–king up this family”.

Two of their minor children (whose names were redacted in the report) “were outside the door crying and asked, ‘Are you OK Mommy?’” she claimed.

One of the photos appeared to show an injury on Jolie’s hand.

Pitt allegedly yelled in response, “‘No, mommy’s not OK. She’s ruining this family. She’s crazy,’” the report stated.

According to Jolie, that comment prompted one of their children to retaliate: “It’s not her, it’s you, you p—k”, which she said enraged Pitt. The actress then alleged that she saw him run toward one of the children “like he was going to attack,” at which point she said she got Pitt into a choke hold that he tried to break by throwing himself back and pushing her into the chairs behind them.

Another photo from the documents appear to show an elbow injury allegedly from Pitt.

Jolie alleged that she suffered injuries to her back and elbow as a result and shared a photo of the injury to her elbow with the FBI.

Black-and-white photocopies of the photos are included in the report, as well as handwritten pages provided by Jolie, allegedly from her children, containing descriptions of the incident. The handwritten pages are mostly redacted.

During the fight, Jolie also claimed that Pitt had said of one of their children: “looks like a f—ing Columbine kid,” as we reported.

Jolie also said in the report that Pitt continued to drink during the two-legged trip, later pouring beer on her.

Jolie claims the couple got into a physical altercation on a private jet in 2016.

After they arrived in Los Angeles, the pair allegedly had a physical altercation and she claimed Pitt prevented her and the children from deplaning for 20 minutes.

In addition to her back and elbow, the report stated that Jolie said she also suffered “a rug burn type wound” on her left hand. A photo of the wound is included in the redacted report. 

The actress is believed to have filed suit against the FBI bureau in April.

Jolie said in the report that a scratch on Pitt could have been caused by her, though she believed she had him more in a choke hold. Pitt was not arrested or charged in connection with the incident after the FBI completed an investigation in November 2016.

According to the report, after reviewing a probable cause statement related to the incident, a representative from the US Attorney’s Office “discussed the merits of this investigation with the [FBI] case agent.”

“It was agreed by all parties that criminal charges in this case would not be pursued due to several factors,” the report read.

The former couple are still embroiled in a custody battle over their minor children.

n April, Jolie asked for the report into the investigation — anonymously and as a Jane Doe — to work out why Pitt was never charged.

As we reported this week, sources close to Pitt said that both sides had had the same report for nearly six years, adding that she was using it for a media stunt. Although they’re now legally divorced, the exes are embroiled in a bitter custody fight over their minor children.

Jolie was spotted with her son Knox this week at Universal Studios amid the drama.

The former couple — who wed in 2014 — share Maddox, 21, Pax, 18, Zahara, 17, Shiloh, 16, Vivienne, 14, and Knox, 14.

Reps for both Jolie and Pitt were unavailable for comment.

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