Brad Pitt’s Plane Meltdown Is On Video

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We now know Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie split, because Brad Pitt allegedly likes to get drunk and abuse his kids. And this one was caught on video.

According to insiders, Pitt can be seen on video “looking drunk” and “yelling.” The footage is reportedly from Wednesday, September 14, after the Jolie Pitt family’s jet stopped for fuel at Minnesota’s International Falls Airport.  “Brad is seen yelling a lot during it, but nothing physical,” one source tells Us of the footage. Another source tells Us that Jolie and Pitt allegedly got into a heated exchange while aboard their private plane. “He got drunk and was fighting with Angie,” the source says. “Maddox stepped in to defend Angie and got in Brad’s face.”

So basically Pitt got drunk on the plane, starting yelling at Jolie, then Maddox stepped in, and Pitt starting yelling at him and possibly put hands on the kid. I know some of you have told me this was “discipline”, but I don’t know what trailer park you grew up in, because “discipline” is when you learn something. Glad we cleared that up. Buy you gotta hear both sides. Pitt’s friend has a take.

A source close to Pitt notes that “teenagers have fights with their parents, especially when you have teens who are strong-willed and confident. You’re going to have back and forth.”  The insider also adds that “the abuse suggestions are inaccurate.”

I don’t know how “inaccurate” the suggestions are since the FBI is now involved:

“In response to your inquiry regarding allegations within the special aircraft jurisdiction of the United States; specifically, an aircraft carrying Mr. Brad Pitt and his children, the FBI is continuing to gather facts and will evaluate whether an investigation at the federal level will be pursued..”

To recap: Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt were together for 12 years, had 6 kids, and as soon as he couldn’t be an alcoholic on his own time and dragged the kids into it, she dipped. She should teach a class.


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