Based on this question about the rudder position of the F/A-18 Fighter Jet.
Quote from the user Rhino Driver:
The logic has its limits though and if the pilot exceeds 14 AoA in a landing mode (flaps half or full), the FCS may accidently depart the jet. This is obviously bad 200 ft above the ground.
As stated before, there are times when the rudders may suddenly fare themselves which can have devastating effects during the final portion to land. Rudder failures are serious problems and should be treated as such.
Are there any known incidents where the pilot (as example) exceeded 14 AoA in landing mode and the FCS accidently departed the jet?
The FCS has to play a certain role in the incident (like in the example) or like the incident No. 3 from the user aeroalias.