No charges for Brad Pitt in alleged flight dispute

BRAD Pitt has been cleared of child abuse allegations by the Federal Bureau of Investigation following an alleged incident that took place on a private jet involving his eldest son Maddox.

"The FBI has conducted a review of the circumstances and will not pursue further investigation". Angelina will retain custody of the pair's children for now, but Brad will be allowed "therapeutic" visits.

Brad Pitt has officially been cleared by the FBI following an investigation for child abuse during an incident on an airplane with his family.

Custody of Pitt and Jolie's six children has been the primary issue in their divorce.

The L.A. Country Dept. of Children and Family Services also concluded that there was no child abuse and closed an investigation into the incident. The estranged couple's six children Maddox, 15, Pax, 12, Zahara, 11, Shiloh, 10 and twins Knox and Vivienne, 8 are begging their parents to spend Thanksgiving together as a family.

When reached, a representative for Pitt had no further comment.

The Maleficent actor filed for divorce from Pitt in September citing "irreconcilable differences" as legal grounds.

Brad Pitt makes his first public appearance since the divorce announcement from Angelina Jolie.

It was also reported that other peole such as the flight crew and other witnesses during the alleged incident were also questioned.

However, a Gossip Cop report has confirmed that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's alleged Thanksgiving plans are "unlikely". Though we can confirm that Angelina Jolie and Brad have not been "in love" for years. He's alleging they won't even speak to him and they won't call him daddy or father.

The news comes as Pitt has been promoting his new World War II drama "Allied", in which he co-stars with Marion Cotillard. She declined to offer more detail, except to say - as in all cases - agents would have consulted with the US Attorney's Office before coming to a determination about charges.

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