Brad Pitt Is Being Investigated For Child Abuse After Some Shit On His Plane

Two days ago the Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie divorce news dropped. Angelina Jolie made a point in the divorce docs to say she didn’t want Pitt around the kids. Brad Pitt then released a statement that said, “what matters most now is the well-being of our kids“. Everything you just read now explains this story. 

Brad Pitt is under investigation for child abuse after after he allegedly got “verbally abusive” and “physical” with one of his children with Angelina Jolie on the couple’s private plane while their other kids were present, PEOPLE confirms.  The Los Angeles Police Department and L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services are both investigating after someone anonymously reported the incident last Wednesday on the tarmac, a source tells PEOPLE.  Pitt is accused of getting verbally abusive with one couple’s kids, as well as getting “physical,” a source says. Jolie was present at the time, along with at least some of their other children.  The report allegedly indicates he had been drinking at the time of the incident.

Then he kept going after the plane landed. 

We’re told the plane landed at an airport around 8 PM, and witnesses say Pitt continued his rant on the tarmac, and even tried leaving in one of the fuel trucks. Our sources say someone either on the plane or the tarmac anonymously reported the incident to the L.A. County Dept. of Children and Family Services. We’re told Brad and Angelina have already been interviewed and DCFS plans to interview the kids as well. That investigation is ongoing.

So basically, Brad got drunk (like he apparently loves to do often) and abused his kinds, Angelina said, “oh hell nah, bitch” and filed for divorce, then Brad woke up in the bathroom and realized he fucked up and is now concerned about the well-being of his kids. I’ll never understand the mindset of a person who abuses a child, especially one of their own, but if this is true, Se7en will still be one of my favorite movies. I just want to make that clear to everyone.