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Law enforcement sources: 'It's highly unlikely' Brad Pitt will face prosecution

2016-09-24 14:00

Los Angeles - It is highly unlikely that Brad Pitt will be prosecuted for the abuse allegations against him.

TMZ reports that although the FBI is investigating an incident between Brad, 52, and his 15-year-old son Maddox, which occurred on their private jet, the case is likely to be dropped as conflicting accounts make it impossible to prove what happened.

And according to the website: ''DCFS [Department of Children & Family Services] social workers saw no evidence of injuries on Maddox and no one filed a police report after the incident.''

Sources close to Brad have previously insisted that allegations of abuse against him are ''exaggerated and fabricated'' with sources close to the actor hitting out at the 'smear campaign' against him.

However, Brad is said to be hopeful that the allegations will be dropped soon after cameras at Minnesota's International Falls Airport - where the plane stopped to refuel - captured the argument.


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