Brad Pitt’s alleged child abuse situation could hurt his family. “It’s serious” now that his investigation has reportedly been expanded, according to a new report, Oct. 25. The family could suffer through another round of questioning from DCFS. Get the reported details.
Brad Pitt‘s, 52, investigation extension for alleged child abuse and interactions with Angelina Jolie, 41, could mean major trouble for the family. “The Department of Child and Family Services [DCFS] could have closed the this case and referred the family to a mental health professional,” an alleged source tells In Touch. However, “the fact that they didn’t the face that they’re still involved, show’s it’s serious.” OMG.
Now, a DCFS social worker will have to reportedly interview Brad, Angie and their six children, Maddox, 15, Pax, 12, Zahara, 11, Shiloh, 10, and twins Vivienne and Knox, 8. If this is true, the kids will have to sit through more emotional meetings and evaluations that are allegedly more serious than the first.
This comes after the shocking reported expansion of his investigation for alleged child abuse. The reported expansion is to investigate “interactions” between Brad and Angie, that one or more of the children reportedly witnessed. This is devastating.
During the strict investigation Brad has allegedly taken two drugs tests that have come back clear. He’s also had two reported meetings with his children that were said to be “emotional.” However, Maddox, who Brad apparently got verbally and physically abusive with on an airplane Sept. 14, was only reportedly at one of those meetings. Maddox reportedly didn’t even want to be at his meeting with his father. We truly hope Brad and his family can work things out.
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