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Brad Pitt no longer faces child abuse allegations, DCSF concludes investigation

10 November 2016 Entertainment News


Fourth Estate Staff

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Brad Pitt might be able to see his children more and possibly have joint physical custody over his six children with Angelina Jolie after the investigation of the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services ( DCSF ) came to an end and he has been cleared of the child abuse allegations.

The DCSF got involved in the divorce case of Pitt and Jolie as it was reported that the reason for the split was because of the verbal and physical abuse that Brad Pitt inflicted to their oldest son, Maddox, 15. The child abuse alleged incident took place when they were on their way home to Los Angeles via a private plane coming from France.

DCFS has not commented on the conclusion but a source confirmed the reports about Pitt being cleared of the child abuse allegations. Pitt and Jolie have a total of six children together, whose ages range from 8 to 15 years old.

A spokesperson for Jolie released a statement saying that the job of the DCFS is to make sure the children are in a safe and secure situation. Earlier this week, childcare professionals advised a legal agreement from both parties regarding the best interest of their six children.

The temporary agreement was that Jolie will still have physical custody over the kids and Pitt will be allowed to visit them with the presence of a therapist. It is unclear until when this arrangement will be enforced. Last week, Pitt filed for joint custody.

The source added, “…the DCFS is now satisfied the safeguards are put in place that will allow the children to heal.” It is believed that if the joint physical custody would be granted, the parents will have a 50-50 time with their children.

The parents of the six children are yet to comment.

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