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Angelina's Back! Jolie Heads To Court In First Public Appearance Since Split

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Nov. 19 2016, Published 4:34 p.m. ET

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Angelina Jolie made her first public appearance since announcing her split from Brad Pitt — and it was in court!

Jolie, 41, recorded a video message for the International Criminal Court to defend children in a recent policy issue.

"Successful prosecution, whether at the ICC or elsewhere is part of the long and vital generational effort," she said in her statement. "That is the light in which I believe the court's new policy on children should be seen."

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"I particularly welcome the commitment to include charges for crimes against children wherever the evidence permits as part of a more systematic approach," she added. "I congratulate the office of the chief prosecutor, and all those working on the policy."

Jolie first visited the ICC in April, but now her shocking video comes just weeks after Pitt, 52, was cleared of child abuse charges.

RadarOnline.com reported that Jolie accused Pitt of striking Maddox, 15, but FAA records of their flight made no mention of the incident.

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