Agency says no ac­tion to be taken against Brad

7 Days in Dubai - - CELEBRITY FIX -

The FBI says it will not file charges against Brad Pitt stem­ming from an al­leged dis­pute with his fam­ily on a pri­vate flight.

The FBI re­leased a state­ment say­ing that it has re­viewed the cir­cum­stances of the ac­cu­sa­tions and will not pur­sue fur­ther in­ves­ti­ga­tion.

Sources fa­mil­iar with the al­le­ga­tions have said they cen­tre on the ac­tor’s treat­ment of his 15-year-old son, Mad­dox, dur­ing a pri­vate flight in Septem­ber.

An­gelina Jolie Pitt filed for divorce a few days later. Her lawyer said it was “for the health of the fam­ily”.

A spokesman for Brad had no im­me­di­ate com­ment. A rep­re­sen­ta­tive for An­gelina did not im­me­di­ately re­turn mes­sages seek­ing com­ment. Cus­tody of the ac­tors’ six chil­dren has been the pri­mary is­sue in their divorce. An­gelina is seek­ing sole cus­tody of the chil­dren, while Brad is seek­ing joint cus­tody. A fi­nal agree­ment will be part of the cou­ple’s divorce judg­ment when it is en­tered. Cal­i­for­nia law favours joint cus­tody, although de­tails about cus­tody ar­range­ments are rarely made public in celebrity divorce cases.

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