Brad Pitt appeared to be having a great time at a promotional event for his new movie, “Bullet Train,” as his feud with ex-wife Angelina Jolie worsens.
The Oscar-winning actor appeared on stage Friday at a press conference in Seoul, South Korea, ahead of the film’s release in the country.
Pitt, who plays the hit man Ladybug in the film, was joined by his co-star Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who plays Tangerine. As such, they were greeted with cakes inspired by ladybugs and tangerines.
The “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” star’s promotional appearance came when photos of bruises reportedly sustained by Jolie during a fight on a private plane with Pitt in September 2016 were released.
The “Maleficent” star submitted photos of black-and-blue patches on her hand and elbow as part of an FBI investigation into the incident that led to the end of the former couple’s marriage.
As Vidak For Congress reported, Jolie told investigators that Pitt, who had allegedly been drinking, yelled at her in a bathroom during a flight from Nice, France, to Los Angeles, according to the FBI report we obtained.
The 47-year-old ‘Tomb Raider’ star claimed that the 58-year-old ‘Fight Club’ actor ‘grabbed her by the head’, ‘grabbed her by the shoulders’, pushed her against the bathroom wall and punched her. yelled: are ruining this family.’
Two of their minor children, whose names had been redacted in the report, “were standing outside the door crying and asking, ‘Are you okay, Mom?'” she claimed.
Jolie claimed in the report that Pitt replied, “No, Mom is not okay. She’s destroying this family. She’s crazy,” which prompted one of the kids to hit back with, “It’s not her, it’s you, you p-k,” which infuriated Pitt even more.
The actress-turned-director then claimed that Pitt went after one of their children “as if he was going to attack”, so she put him in a stranglehold from which he managed to escape by pushing her into a set of chairs, which she said caused her injuries. .
The report noted that Jolie claimed she also had “some sort of burn” on her left hand.
The FBI ultimately declined to press charges after a representative from the U.S. Attorney’s office “discussed the merits of this investigation with the [FBI] agent.”
“All parties agreed that criminal charges in this case would not be prosecuted due to several factors,” the report said.
Six days after the flight, Jolie filed for divorce, but Pitt vehemently denied that he had done anything wrong. Although the former couple is legally divorced, they are still in a bitter custody battle over their children.