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Federal Bureau of Investigation closes inquiry into Brad Pitt over airplane incident; no charges filed

Federal Bureau of Investigation closes inquiry into Brad Pitt over airplane incident; no charges filed

Brad Pitt will face no charges over claims of abuse against his son. As a TMZ report revealed months ago, Jolie reportedly feels that her husband's rumored use of drugs and alcohol, which have possibly been mixed with an anger issue, aren't good for their kids.

Angelina cited "irreconcilable differences" in her divorce papers, which were filed on September 14.

The investigation initially began in the midst of the Allied star's high-profile divorce from Angelina Jolie. The DCFS concluded that while an argument allegedly ended with physical contact, Brad Pitt did not commit child abuse on the plane. On the other hand, Brad has requested for a joint custody.

"No charges have been filed in this matter", she added. So why is the Federal Bureau of Investigation no longer investigating Pitt? According to Fox News, Jolie's representative said the actress was relieved after learning that the investigation had ended, and health of the family has always been her priority.

Earlier in November the pair reached a custody agreement for their six children, who will remain with Jolie with visitation access for Pitt.

While the magazine report suggested that all the children including Pax, Zahara, and twins Vivienne and Knox wanted a reunion during the festivities, estrangement still seems to run between eldest son Maddox and 52-year-old Pitt.

He said: "Brad is so angry".

Earlier this month, the Los Angeles Department of Child Protective Services similarly closed its investigation into Mr. Pitt's alleged September 14 altercation with eldest son Maddox on board the family's private jet.

The Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services initially began the investigation into the allegations.

According toNBC News, the alleged episode took place on a private plane carrying Jolie, Pitt, and their children from Europe to Los Angeles in September.