Angelina Jolie has been told to stand down.
The 38-year-old actress and philanthropist has reportedly been banned from flying her personal plane after receiving a grounding order from the Federal Aviation Administration. Jolie's team was instructed by the FAA to submit a new certificate of airworthiness before the craft's old one expired on June 30, but it seems that deadline was not met. According to Page Six, correspondence from the FAA states that the $360,000 Cirrus SR22 was given the no-fly command in early September, because the team's application was not received on time.
Someone has disregarded the FAA's orders, however. Flight records allegedly show that the plane was flown in Montana during the month of October, without a valid certificate. The documents do not reveal whether the plane was flown by Jolie herself, who has held a pilot's license for over five years, or a member of her team. It is also currently unknown what actions have or will be taken against Jolie's team for violating the grounding order.
The Huffington Post has reached out to Angelina Jolie's team for a comment.
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