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'Hot Mess!' Brad Pitt 'Relieved Himself' On Tarmac After Infamous Fight Flight

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Source: AKM-GSI

Sep. 25 2016, Updated 2:28 p.m. ET

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As readers know, Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from Brad Pitt following a potentially violent altercation on a flight last week.

And now, an eyewitness has come forward with shocking details about the actor’s behavior upon landing in Minnesota with his family last Wednesday.

According to local MyTalk 107.1 radio hosts Bradley Traynor and Colleen Lindstrom, an International Falls airport employee told them exclusively that workers could hear “arguing” from the plane before the doors even opened.

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“The arguing spilled out onto the tarmac,” Traynor claimed on yesterday’s show. “At which point, Brad Pitt relieved himself on the tarmac!”

“This is so bizarre. Clearly he was inebriated, under the influence. He was a hot mess!”

The unruly father of six, 52, then proceeded to hop into a fuel truck that clearly did not belong to him, Traynor insisted.

“He gets in and starts to drive, and…then ends up, according to our source, backing it up into another vehicle!”

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The source allegedly added that the police were not contacted regarding the strange incident.

However, a source close to Pitt insists to that the new report is "total nonsense."

Jolie, 41, filed for divorce just days after the fight. According to reports, Pitt got physical with 15-year-old son Maddox while screaming at the children. (Insiders denied that Pitt abused his kids, and the LAPD claims not to be involved in any investigation.)

A source told on Friday that Pitt’s partying has gotten “so much worse” in recent months, leading to “out of character” behavior.



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