Hollywood star Angelina Jolie is angry at the way her security officers were treated by the Mumbai police, sources close to the film unit of A Mighty Heart told DNA.
Despite rumours that she was set to leave the country early in the wake of the incident, the actress will remain in India till next week.
After two days of high voltage drama, which saw three bodyguards of the star couple running into trouble with the cops, the duo were seen relaxing with their children Zahara and Maddox on Saturday evening by taking a joyride to Alibaug on a ferry.
Jolie has finished her portion of the shooting for A Mighty Heart, which her partner Brad Pitt is producing. Her next destination after India is likely to be Cambodia, which she will visit in her capacity as UN Goodwill Ambassador.
‘Guards were self-employed’
The first day of questioning of the three bodyguards of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt at the Azad Maidan police station focussed around the credentials of the security men.
They were arrested on Friday for allegedly making derogatory remarks to parents of students studying in the Anjum-e-Islam school, where a portion of the film A Mighty Heart was shot.
Investigating Officer Police Sub-Inspector Dhananjay Sonawane told DNA: “We questioned them on Saturday about which security agency they belonged to in the United Kingdom to which the three said they were self-employed security men who were directly hired by Jolie and Pitt. We have also written to the British consulate asking whether any prior government approval was accorded to the security guards.”