As In Touch first reported, LA County’s Department of Children and Family services cleared Brad Pitt in the child abuse investigation stemming from his bitter divorce with Angelina Jolie earlier this month. Now, following two more supervised visits with his kids in November, DCFS has recommended that Brad no longer needs to have a monitor present while seeing his kids.
“During the [DCFS] investigation, it was revealed Brad is a very loving father, extremely attentive and involved in all of the kids’ lives,” an insider exclusively reveals. When the case lands in family court, “DCFS is prepared to testify on his behalf.”
“The accusations made against Brad were horrific and on paper made him sound like a monster. But the agency thoroughly investigated every single one of the physical abuse allegations, as well as the emotional abuse. There was no finding against him,” the insider adds.
In addition to recommending unmonitored visits, “DCFS has also recommended that the kids remain in therapy. But Angelina’s desperate to leave the country and go to London with the kids. Social workers think that’s a terrible idea because the kids [Maddox, 15, Pax, 12, Zahara, 11, Shiloh, 10, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 8] need stability, and the progress that’s been made with them in therapy would be lost,” the insider explains.
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