Brad Pitt went public after the release of the FBI report on the fight with Angelina Jolie.

American actor Brad Pitt made his public appearance for the first time after the FBI reported that he had a conflict with his ex-wife Angelina Jolie on a plane in 2016. This has been reported Mirror.

Brad Pitt is back to promote Faster than a Bullet. The actor flew to Seoul the day before, where a press conference with journalists and a special premiere of the action movie were held. He was accompanied on set by his colleague Aaron Taylor-Johnson.

At the press conference, Brad Pitt wore a denim suit consisting of an adidas x Gucci collaboration shirt and baggy drawstring trousers, a white tee and sneakers. For the premiere, the actress changed into a pink pants duo.

On both occasions, Brad Pitt appeared calm and happy despite the release of the FBI’s report on the conflict with Angelina Jolie. The actor’s ex-wife sued the bureau, which closed their conflict on a private cruise ship in 2016. According to Jolie, Pitt physically abused their adopted son Maddox, who was 15 at the time, and was on top of herself while trying to protect the teenager.

Formerly said about the media posting photos of Jolie’s bruises she received during a fight with Pitt in 2016.

Source: Gazeta


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