In an interview with The Guardian, the actor was requested whether or not she feared for her kids during the connection, to which she replied: “Yes, for my family. My whole family.”
Jolie admitted she couldn’t speak in depth about her experiences with Pitt due to an ongoing authorized scenario however confirmed that she was referencing the home abuse allegations she made towards her ex-husband.
She went on to name her custody battle with Pitt “horrific” and alleged that he had been “verbally abuse and physical” with their adopted son, Maddox, during a flight on their personal aircraft.
She added: “It doesn’t start with the violation [the plane incident]. It’s so much more complicated than that.” Jolie additionally mentioned that Maddox had been “denied a voice in court” due to the US not being signed up to United Nations conference on the rights of the kid (UNCRC).
Jolie mentioned she didn’t make the choice to divorce Pitt frivolously: “It took a lot for me to be in a position where I felt I had to separate from the father of my children.”
Pitt has admitted to having an alcohol dependancy and that he yelled at one among his kids however denies ever being bodily abusive. He was cleared of any wrongdoing over the personal aircraft incident.
Jolie admitted she had been “broken” by her latest divorce and experiences however wished her household to transfer ahead: “All of us, including their dad. I want us to heal and be peaceful. We’ll always be a family.”
Jolie and Pitt first turned a pair in 2005 however didn’t marry till 2014. They divorced in 2019. They have six kids, three of whom are adopted.