FBI Clear Brad Pitt Of Abuse Case, Close Investigation

Perhaps this was a small insight into his eventual breakup with Angelina Jolie, but the unsavory case still did not paint anyone in good light. Brad Pitt has been cleared by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. All ending with no charges being brought about following abuse claims made against the 52-year old.

The alleged incident occurred in September on a flight to Los Angeles involving his son Maddox. The Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services became privy to the details and became involved as a result, leaving the FBI of all bodies to conduct a review of the circumstances.

All Not Well In Pitt World

Despite being one of the most loved, best paid and iconic people in his field, none of those circumstances make you immune to heartbreak. His split from wife Angelina Jolie came after the couple cited irreconcilable differences. Jolie's lawyer closed discussions by producing a statement that explained the divorce was reached "for the health of the family."

Reaching a custody agreement with their six children earlier this month, the going of separate ways came following their marriage in August 2014. Being together almost a decade previous, the pair have a curious history. Jolie started by tying the knot with Billy Bob Thornton after doing likewise with Jonny Lee Miller, while Pitt was committed to Jennifer Aniston for 5 years leading into their divorce.

Is Allied 2016's Mr. & Mrs. Smith?

Starring in the upcoming drama Allied, which hits cinemas in the USA this week alongside Marion Cotillard, Pitt was rumored to be having an affair with the actress. The same affair that was alleged to have caused the split. Similar gossip circulated around the 2005 action thriller Mr. & Mrs. Smith. At least until those whispers became a chorus when they did actually end up together.

The World War II Robert Zemeckis film has opened to some mixed reviews overseas. The film explores the adventures of two assassins who fall in love with each other on course to murder a German official. Regardless of the off screen turmoil, Pitt has kept himself occupied to also help produce the Charlie Hunnam picture The Lost City of Z, with the Amazon picture receiving bigger plaudits.

Source: THR

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