Angelina Jolie Break Her Silence: Spoke To FBI About Divorce With Brad Pitt

With all the news that is circulating regarding Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's divorce, the "Salt" actress has not yet issued statements and revelations publicly regarding these for the past few weeks. But Angelina resolves to break her silence and tell FBI the reason why their relationship needed to end.

According to US Magazine, Angeline Jolie submitted a Q&A document last October 18 at her rented home. The veteran actress was subject to answer set of questions by the two FBI agents about the incident that happened in a private plane. Not just that, her children was also asked to give their sentiments regarding the situation on September 14.

For reader's information, Brad Pitt was said to be drunk during that time. He was allegedly accused of being physically abusive with one of their children.

According to sources, the two FBI agents wanted a detailed version of what really happened on the plane, from the time it flew up until it landed. Angelina Jolie in great hopes to make it all finished, fully cooperated in the process.

Daily Mail stated that Los Angeles Country Department of Children And Family Services is also hands-on in the divorce process. This was the main reason why Pitt put on hold his response to Jolie's divorce petition.

Because of the current investigation, the DCFS extended the parenting plan indefinitely. It was supposedly expiring on October 20. This just means that their children Maddox (15), Pax (12), Zahara (11), Shiloh (10) and Knox & Vivienne (8) would still be residing with their mother, Angelina Jolie. Meanwhile, Brad Pitt would have his visitation up until the parenting plan expires.

With all the issues still going, Brad Pitt would be under investigation up until next year. Officials would interview people, like members of the crew, who could be the possible witnesses during the Brangelina plane incident.

One source said:

 "they will present the case to the prosecutor, who will evaluate whether they feel the need to bring charges against Brad,"

"It could ­potentially be months."

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