RadarOnline reports that Jonathan Jolie, a man claiming to be Angelina Jolie's cousin, has attempted to get a temporary restraining order against Brad Pitt, John Travolta and the Church of Scientology.
The man alleges the two actors beat him after the Pope sent him to Florida to prevent Pitt from becoming a Scientologist.
According to federal court documents filed by Jonathan Jolie, he alleges that on June 1, he was assaulted by Pitt and Travolta at the Church of Scientology in Clearwater, Fla. Jonathan claims the two actors beat him, hog-tied him and dumped him in the Gulf of Mexico, where he was bitten by a fish.
The man claims to live in the Vatican City and says he was sent directly by Pope Benedict XVI to spy on and prevent Pitt from joining the religion founded by science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard.
According to the court documents, the man, who notes that he is "albino by birth," said he must stop Pitt from joining the Scientologists in Clearwater -- which he asserts is headed by Travolta -- because if Pitt becomes a Scientologist, "he will brainwash his Scientology beliefs on my cousin Angelina Jolie, which means the Jolie seeds will be infected and our bloodline ruined."
Jolie's alleged cousin makes other wild accusations in the documents, such as suggesting a secret affair occurred between Pitt and Travolta, which he says Pitt begged him not to tell Angelina about.
The outrageous allegations were laughed out of court and the restraining order wasn't granted. RadarOnline reports the case was officially closed earlier this week.
Celebrities are prime targets for the apparent delusions of the world's most imaginative people, and we haven't heard anything quite this crazy since a man filed a lawsuit accusing Lindsay Lohan of being a high-end hooker, and alleged she was responsible for him being "stuck in Colorado with no money or set income and a bank account closed."
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