The FBI is now dealing with claims that Brad Pitt was involved in an incident of child abuse on a private plane last week.
“The FBI continues to gather facts and will evaluate whether the investigation at the federal level and will continue,” said a spokeswoman for the FBI Laura Imiolr press in a statement late on Thursday night.
Since the occurrence of the alleged incident on a flight from France to the United States,
the charges fall under the jurisdiction of a private jet from the United States.
Earlier on Thursday, the speakers dismissed as the Los Angeles Police Department
and Los Angeles County Children and Family Services Department,
there was no investigation is under way to the house.
After the exile, TMZ first was noted that since the occurrence of the alleged incident during the flight,
and the charges from the jurisdiction of the departments and referred to the FBI.
Quoting anonymous sources, TMZ previously reported on Thursday morning that the house was suspected of being
“verbally abusive and physically with his children” during a trip last Wednesday on a private jet family.
The actor supposedly drunk.
He said the news website The incident prompted Angelina Jolie for divorce the following Tuesday.
The anonymous sources both TMZ and People magazine that an anonymous phone call from a witness on the runway of the airport prompted the investigation.
TMZ sources said that Jolie and children the couple was on the plane with the house
and that he tried to leave the scene in a fuel truck airport.
According to the petition for divorce, and Julie cited “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for offering it is seeking sole custody of the couple’s six children.
It is said to ask the judge to grant visitation rights house instead of joint custody. Said Robert display, a family lawyer Julie decision has been issued, “Family Health”, according to a report by the Associated Press.
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