August 18, 2022 | 1:00pm
Angelina Jolie enjoyed a Universal Studios day with her 14-year-old son, Knox, after news broke of her anonymous lawsuit against the FBI.
The actress, 47, paired a white dress with aviator sunglasses and sandals at the Los Angeles theme park.
The teenager, for his part, wore a graphic tee and pants during the Wizarding World of Harry Potter visit.
While the duo were joined by three bodyguards and a tour guide, Knox’s five siblings were absent from the outing.
Jolie is the mother of Maddox, 21, Pax, 18, Zahara, 17, Shiloh, 16, and Vivienne, 14, whose custody she is currently fighting over with ex-husband Brad Pitt.
The former couple, who wed in 2014, broke up in September 2016 after an alleged altercation on their private jet.
Jolie made headlines Tuesday when she was identified as the anonymous plaintiff in an April lawsuit against the FBI over their choice not to arrest Pitt, 58, over her assault claims.
When the lawsuit was initially filed, many speculated that Jolie was the plaintiff. While Page Six reached out to reps for the “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” co-stars at the time, their spokespeople didn’t comment.
The intelligence agency’s report, which has been released, show that the assistant United States attorney and the assistant United States chief of the Criminal Division discussed the case in November 2017 but did not charge the actor.
In the report, which has been seen by Page Six, the “Maleficent” star described her “mad” then-husband — who she claimed had been drinking — allegedly “shaking” her, punching the ceiling of the plane and yelling at her for “f–king up” their family.
When one of their children, whose name was redacted, called Pritt a “p—k,” the “Fight Club” star reportedly ran toward them.
In her efforts to stop him, Jolie allegedly suffered injuries to her back and elbow, which she submitted photos of to the FBI.
Jolie also alleged in the report that her then-partner poured beer on her as she tried to sleep during the flight from Nice, France.
“I had to step away,” Pitt said at the time, noting that he had “feeling in [his] fingertips again.”